Most amazing graduation gift from a father ever! Every year, for the past 13 years, since the day she started kindergarten, he had every teacher, coach, and principal write a little something about her inside this copy of Dr. Seuss' Oh The Places You'll Go. One of my favorite books ever, and makes me cry every time I read it!
I made this subway wall art for Elly's room. I wanted to be able to always remember those important stats because I forget them so easily, especially with three kids! This item is available for purchase at The Winthrop Chronicles Shop. You can also order just the PDF that will come with a full tutorial and allow you to make your own baby stats subway art. This tutorial is available in my eBook "Top 20 Crafts from: The Winthrop Chronicles" buy your copy HERE
Why he'll love it: Two is a good age to introduce puzzles and the concept that smaller parts fit together to make a whole. Why experts love it: "Kids this age are starting to focus but can be easily distracted, so 2- to 5-piece puzzles allow for success," says Adair. Our pick: He'll have a ball matching the mother animal pieces to their babies -- make the sound for the animal together each time he makes a match. Shop our large selection of puzzles now.