Better Homes and Gardens has a great article with lots of pictures and information on how to create this closet “office”. In their write up, it’s used for a crafting area, but this is a great idea to use for a homeschool area for families that do not have a spare room. View the full article.
A few days ago I posted a review for the Take Out, Time Out Mat from MyPreciousKid.com. Being the very generous company that they are, MyPreciousKid.com is giving away a Child Carseat Safety ID Card to 5 of my lucky readers!
The Child Carseat Safety ID Card allows you to place contact and emergency information in one place and attach to your child’s carseat or booster seat. The card contains areas to place a recent photo of your child as well as the child’s name height, weight, date of birth, emergency phone numbers and other contact information. It also has a place for your approval for medical personel to treat your child even if you are not there or unable to speak at the time.
- Must have a mailing address in the USA.
- Must complete # 1 of the “How to Enter”. Others listed are for extra entries – but #1 is a must!
How To Enter:
- Visit MyPreciousKid.com and tell us what your favorite product is. Must!
- Follow @MyPreciousKid on Twitter
- Follow @MommyPlayground on Twitter, then let me know in a comment (with your twitter link for verification)
- Twitter about this giveaway and get 1 entry for every time you tweet it! Let us know that you did in a comment with the status link.
Contest Deadline: Saturday, February 28, 2009
Winner will be announced: Sunday, March 1, 2009
My friend Donna and I made this dress (modeled by my baby girl, Nevaeh) for the little girl upstairs. This was the first dress we’ve ever made and was the “tester” but it came out really well — I’m surprised! These are the so-called “pillowcase” dresses. We found four different, but really cute, fabrics that were in the scrap/clearance bin at out local Wal-mart. And they were a steal for only about $1 a piece for enough to make a dress & either hairbows or a bandanna-styled hair covering. So four dresses with matching hair pieces for $4 plus was a great deal. When the kids go to sleep tonight, I’ll be making the three dresses & the remaining hair pieces for Nevaeh.