Halloween is quickly approaching, have you picked a costume yet?
Share your pics, Trick or Treat, Fall Festival, pumpkin carving and candy management plans. Have you started any family traditions? What is your favorite Halloween or Fall memory?
Here is my now almost 8 year old as a scarecrow at age 3 (I am losing my mind, can't find the pics from when she was 2!!!!). This costume was fun to put together and easy to make! I would have used a smaller hat, the scarecrow weighed to much and it kept falling off!
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Two year olds can be pretty picky and reluctant to try new foods.
My friend is struggling, with a capital S, to get her son to try anything new. He will only eat peanut butter and jelly and "squeezey" fruits and veggies! I must have offered him 10 different things the other day and all I heard was "Nnnnnnnooooooooooo"!
Are you struggling to come up menu ideas?
Share your kiddo's favorite food and any suggestions you have on trying anything new!
These brightly colored, fun looking, laundry gel packs, mistaken for candy, have severely injured many young children. See this article, Laundry Packs Tempting to Children , for more information and what can happen if your child bites into one.
Do you use this type of detergent? Where do you store it?