I'm taking a parenting class and learned a trick for when you need to transition your kids - colored sand timers. They're made by Lakeshore Learning but I wanted to try and make them for much less, and success! This project cost me under $10 and Jonah now gets himself ready to go on time, every time.
This is the face that encourages me during a jog. Sigh. I need to figure out how to make a sand timer that pauses time.
I scored this scarf today at the DOLLAR STORE! (But when you ask me, I'm going to say it's from Nordstrom.) I rediscovered the dollar store and bought Jonah some new books for the bathtub, shampoo, and a calendar for our nanny to record his diaper changes, sleep, etc. this school year. Amazing! And this is the part where I annoy myself. I can't simply walk in, buy, and walk out. No. I have to create a whole project for myself wherein I plan Jonah's 2nd birthday party from Pinterest, but execute with Dollar Store. I have over a year. I can do it!!
Now see those unfolded baby clothes on the chair?! I gotta get busy while I have the chance!