welcome to our weekly pin-it party! how was your saturday? our youngest sweetie was sick with a fever and the oldest two littles spent the entire day ‘cleaning up’ their playroom. every day it looks like a tornado ripped through that room, and every day i think, “i’m just going to get rid of their toys.” but then i get all sentimental and i feel sorry for them, or i see dollar signs (money wasted if i toss their toys), and i help them pick up. it’s a vicious cycle. it ties in perfectly though to one of last week’s featured pins!
featured from last week:
“how simple toy organization can help toddlers thrive” from lauren of the military wife and mom. i have heard this so many times, and i believe it! i need to just bite the bullet, buckle down, purge and organize! (especially before christmas!)
the second is also from the military wife and mom. “9 amazing baby sleep tips for night waking”. i can say that we personally do all of these as well. can’t say that our kids sleep through the night, but they do go right back to bed easily, thanks to these simple tips that are easy to remember (because they make sense!).
participating in the party is so easy!
here’s what to do:
1. follow the co-hosts on pinterest (links below)
3. add as many of your great pins as you want! remember to get your pins from pinterest & not from your blog page. it will make it easier to re-pin a pin instead of a post.
4. hop around and re-pin other pins from this page- lets share the love!
5. adding your link gives us permission to use an image from the pin (or post connected to the pin) to feature on next week’s pin-it party. because of this we ask that you only link up images from your own site, and images that you have taken, created or have legal rights to.
thanks!!!! REMEMBER: when it asks for your NAME, you can put your PIN NAME or your BLOG NAME. essentially, it’s your pin’s title.
***PLEASE NOTE*** if the post that your pin leads to contains any offensive or derogatory wording (e.g. profanity), i will not be able to feature your pin, no matter how great the article or how terrific the idea. the use of those terms simply doesn’t align with my personal convictions, and what we, at klover house, aim to promote. thank you in advance for understanding!