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July 28th is... National Chicken Wing Day, National Lasagna Day, National Lipstick Day, All American Soap Box Derby Day, To the Moon Day (NASA founded in 1958), Army Chaplain Corps Anniversary, National Talk in An Elevator Day (Last Friday in July), Rain Day, System Administrator Appreciation Day (Last Friday), International Tiger Day, National Cheese Sacrifice Purchase Day

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Image: Tallmadge Hill: The Story of the 1935 All-American Soap Box Derby, by Ronald Reed (Author). Publisher: iUniverse (March 8, 2013)National Hamburger Day
-- The Soap Box is a youth soapbox car racing program which has been run in the United States since 1934. In 1933 Myron Scott, a photographer for Dayton, Ohio newspaper Dayton Daily News, put together an impromptu race for 19 boys. There was so much interest that Scott arranged a bigger race, with prize money for August 19. An amazing crowd of 362 kids showed up with homemade cars built of orange crates, sheet tin, wagon and baby-buggy wheels.... Source

Read: Tallmadge Hill: The Story of the 1935 All-American Soap Box Derby, by Ronald Reed
-- Ronald Reed is first, and foremost, a derby fan. Growing up in suburban Akron, he attended his first All American race in 1949 at age seven. Since then he has missed only three. By his personal account, he has witnessed more national derby races than any living person. He never raced as a boy, lacking the skill to construct a racer. As he explains it, The trouble was everything I made looked like I made it.

Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:
Printable Soap Box Derby Tournament Brackets
Pinewood Derby Printables
Soap Box Derby Car Favor Box : DIY Printable PDF
Printable Sports Certificates
Build a winning soap box derby car
Easy Soap Box Derby Car Build
Soap Box Derby Papercraft
Soap Box Derby coloring pages






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SQUARE: EPISODE ONE ~~ Silver Soldiers ~~ The Consciousness Puzzle ~~ The Eyes of the Dead ~~ Pearls of Heaven ~~ The Kill ~~ Positive Thinking Quotes ~~ Candid ~~ The Secret World ~~ A Rose By Any Other Name ~~ Well Fed Vegan: 25 Best Plant-Based ~~ Serial Killers: Based On True Stories ~~ Siren Song ~~ Books for Kids ~~ Organic Vegan ~~ Real Pressure Cook ~~ Pressure Cooker Indulgence ~~ Skinny Instant Pot ~~ One Bowl ~~ Super Slow Cooker ~~ Easy Vegan ~~ Fresh Spiralizer Meals ~~ The Big Crock-Pot Cookbook ~~ One Pot ~~ Meatless Nights ~~ Holy Veggies ~~ 10 000 Strong passwords ~~ Well Smoked ~~ Smoker's Paradise ~~ Soap Making Essentials ~~ Soap Pleasure ~~ Master The Candle Craft ~~ The Raw Chef ~~ Ketogenic Foodie ~~ Eat Fat, Go Keto ~~ Spiralize It ~~ Healthy Spiralizer ~~ Slow and Steady ~~ Pressure Cooker Evolution ~~ Original Slow Cooker ~~ The Touch Of Ghosts: Writer's Cut ~~ Low Carb ~~ Thrown Away (In a Fallen World) ~~ Karma Inc. ~~ A Perfect Mess ~~ Keto Diet ~~ A Transcendental Yogi Life ~~ Top 25 Delicious Crockpot Recipes ~~ Rosie's Boy ~~ A Happier, Healthier You ~~ Peyton 313 ~~ Weird: A Henry Ian Darling Oddity
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The Car Seat Lady posted:

Tip (and mini craft project) of the day: prevent accidental unbuckling of your child's car seat!

If your child's car seat is installed with a seat belt, chances are that a well-meaning back seat passenger (grandma, your 6-year-old in her booster, perhaps even you!) accidentally unbuckled the seat belt holding the baby's car seat instead of your own seat belt.

See how you can use a Solo disposable plastic or paper cup to prevent these accidents (but still allow access to the buckle in case of emergency).

P.S. To those who want to cover the buckle with tape, please don't - it just makes a sticky mess and can interfere with proper use of the seat belt in the future.

NOTE: Some cheap plastic cups crack very easily and actually present a hazard to your little ones fingers should they play with it.






I suggest instead using a paper cup or even the silicone cupcake liners. If you would like something commercially made, Amazon has a list of Buckle Guards

The Car Seat Lady posted: The cups I use are the Solo cups which are quite heavy duty (same company that makes the big red cups so often used for beer) - and have not had issues with them cracking. The cup I used is not a choking hazard (I'm a pediatrician and am very aware about the dangers of choking hazards). I'd much rather a child's finger gets cut (which it won't the way I have designed this cup cover) than a child dies because the parent didn't realize the car seat had been accidentally unbuckled.

From our Facebook fan page:

LouJean Schenk posted: Awesome idea!

Misty DeGroff posted: I would not do this as it could void out the warranty of your car seat. any altercations or after market things you use to fasten in or attach to you child's car seat voids out the warranty. that means if the seat was faulty they will not pay any out of pocket and blame you for it failing.

Morgan Adams posted: How could protecting the buckle possibly void the warranty? It would not be altering any part of the seat or even the seat belt, just adding a "cap" over the buckle so it can't be accidentally unbuckled.

Heather Fisk posted: Not only that Misty, I'd be scared my kids would cut themselves on the half cut plastic. And who's to say they can't slide the cup up and unbuckle the belt anyway.

Misty DeGroff posted: Any thing you put on your car seat even them toys that hang on the car seat or that Mighty thighty (the thing that tightens the seat belt you fasten the car seat in with voids your warranty. read your user guide.) They say that any after market thing you attach to your car seat and or seat belt can affect you car seat and it ability to protect your child. Not only that, them cups can be sharp and over time could cut or fray your seat belt.

Stephanie S. Leupold-Chastain posted: You might want to read the thing about using the silicone cupcake liners, Misty.

Sharlene Whissell Koziej posted: This seems like a great idea, we found our little ones seat undone one day, hopefully not undone to long though, kids like buttons and will work hard it figure them out. That's what happens when you unload the car, while you think your kids are safe. We try to be super moms but sometimes we need help too.

Angela Waagen posted: I'm a firefighter, paramedic, and CPST [Child Passenger Safety Technician]. I'm also a mom to 3. This is a super idea! To all the "what if"ers - in an emergency we would just slide the cup up, tear it off, or cut the belt. If someone's worried about sharp edges on the plastic I'm sure some masking tape would remedy that. Thanks for helping spread tips on child safety!




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Image: 2nd shower rod against the back wall with wire baskets on curtain hooks to organize bath toys
Idea and photo credit: Amanda Pace All rights reserved
If I had still had little ones at home, I would do this one in minute! I even have a spring loaded bar and shower rings on hand, not being used for anything.

Place a spring-loaded shower rod (Levolor Shower Tension Rod) against the back wall of your tub, with wire baskets (Schulte Large Simple Basket or United Solutions Small Plastic Storage Baskets) hanging on Plastic Shower Curtain Rings to organize all those bath toys.

I think any sort of basket would work, either wire or plastic baskets.

When company comes over, just move the rod to the top of the shower to get it out of the way.

Hmm... I wonder what you could store there if there were no little ones in the house? Reading material? Candles? cleaning supplies?

So, who is going to try this one?






From our Facebook fan page:

Hannah Taylor posted: I love this idea

Tonya DeKruger posted: Awesome idea!

Angela Bergman posted: I did this for my own stuff, but I put it up high. My husband was always knocking my stuff off the ledge and cussing every morning. He thanked me profusely

Wanda Hurley posted: Very clever. Wish I had known 12 years ago.

Stacy Warner Dominguez posted: Love this!

Alyssa E Snyder posted: Awesome organizational tool!

Tina Taylor Montesano posted: So much better than those plastic Frog Pods that create mold. Great idea!

Jowanda K. Wiseman posted: Trying to figure out how I can make that work in my stand-alone shower (my whirlpool tub has no walls) for the grandkids and their 'stuff'

Mimi Langille posted: Me! I am. That's a great idea

Karla Tiburcio posted: Great idea. I placed a second rod to dry up the towels or clothes that need to be hung dry

Jennifer Krane posted: Three kids all under four years old - I am so doing this!!

Trisha Olsen Sisson posted: I love this!! I's been looking for a solution to all the bath tub toys!!

Amber Law posted: OMG!! That is by far the smartest thing I have seen in a while! Pretty sure this is my new to do for my to do list!!

Anna Rodriguez Swetman posted: LOVE IT!!!

Adrianne A. Henderson posted: This is brilliant!

Michelle Atkinson posted: AWESOME Going to have to try it!

Jo Hollis posted: This is great.. those Grandbabies will love it!!!

Janette Bennett posted: Awesome idea!

Barbara Brindley Shelley posted: Would be great for all the different shampoos and body products that keep getting knocked off around the tub.




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July 28th is... National Milk Chocolate Day, Accountants Day, Wiffle Bat Birthday (1957), Buffalo Soldiers Day, National Chili Dog Day (Last Thursday), National Refreshment Day (4th Thursday), World Hepatitis Day, World Nature Conservation Day

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Image: The Hamburger: A History (Icons of America), by Josh Ozersky (Author). Publisher: Yale University Press (May 26, 2009)National Hamburger Day
-- Although hamburgers originated in Hamburg, Germany, eating a burger on a bun is actually an American tradition. The hamburger as we know it was most likely invented in Seymour, Wisconsin. Each year, the city hosts a hamburger festival called Burger Fest. To celebrate, host a backyard barbeque with your friends and grill up some tasty burgers. Source

Read: The Hamburger: A History, by Josh Ozersky
-- This fast-paced and entertaining book unfolds the immense significance of the hamburger as an American icon. Josh Ozersky shows how the history of the burger is entwined with American business and culture and, unexpectedly, how the burger’s story is in many ways the story of the country that invented (and reinvented) it.

Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:
Hamburger Writing - Super Teacher Worksheets
HAMBURGER - the short history
Build Your Own Hamburger Bar... with FREE Printables
Wear a hamburger hat
Hamburger Papercraft
The Future of Food, A Neon-Colored Papercraft Hamburger
Create a plump hamburger greeting card
Hamburger coloring pages






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Photo Credit: Picture of Highland Bagpipes,
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July 27th is... National Crème Brûlée Day, National Scotch Day, Take Your Houseplants for a Walk Day, Take Your Pants for a Walk Day, Walk on Stilts Day, National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day, Barbie-in-a-blender Day, Bagpipe Appreciation Day, Cross Atlantic Communication Day

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Image: The Book of the Bagpipe, by Hugh Cheape (Author). Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (September 1, 2000)Bagpipe Appreciation Day
-- This is a day to celebrate and appreciate the storied history of an ancient musical device, the noble Highlands Scottish Bagpipe. Some view bagpipes as obnoxious, migraine inducing tools of destruction; the medieval equivalent of leaf blowers and car horns. But for true, full blooded aficionados the great booming drones and shrill piercing beauty of such a mad device is epic. Source

Read: The Book of the Bagpipe, by Hugh Cheape
-- relates the evolution of the bagpipe from the reeded pipes of ancient civilizations to its present-day position as a Scottish cultural icon, an evocative emblem of Celtic heritage, and a legitimate musical instrument. Delightfully illustrated with photographs, engravings, and color paintings of pipes and pipers through the ages, this book makes an ideal gift for anyone with an interest in Celtic music and history.

Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:
Interactive Tartan Weaver: this unique site gives you the chance to design your own Tartan
Listen to Scotland's Great Highland Bagpipes: over 60 tunes
over 7,000 free bagpipe settings: pipers and celtic music fans will find this a useful resource
Queensland Irish Association Pipe Band Bagpipe Learner's Book
Five ESL bagpipes worksheets
DLTK's Crafts for Kids: Scottish Bagpiper Paper Craft
Canon 3D-Papercraft Native Costumes of the World Series - Scotland Highland dress






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July 26th is... All or Nothing Day, Aunt and Uncle's Day, Disability Independence Day, National Coffee Milkshake Day, One Voice Day, Sesame Street's Bert's Birthday, Rain Nor Snow Day (US Postal Service Opened 1775), Welcome New York (Became a State in 1788), National Bagelfest Day

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Image: Humans of New York, by Brandon Stanton (Author). Publisher: St. Martin's Press; 1st edition (October 15, 2013)Welcome New York Day
-- The Dutch first settled along the Hudson River in 1624; two years later they established the colony of New Amsterdam on Manhattan Island. In 1664, the English took control of the area and renamed it New York. One of the original 13 colonies, New York played a crucial political and strategic role during the American Revolution. Between 1892 and 1954, millions of immigrants arrived in New York Harbor and passed through Ellis Island on their journey to becoming U.S citizens. Source

Read: Humans of New York, by Brandon Stanton
-- Now an instant #1 New York Times bestseller, Humans of New York began in the summer of 2010, when photographer Brandon Stanton set out to create a photographic census of New York City. Armed with his camera, he began crisscrossing the city, covering thousands of miles on foot, all in an attempt to capture New Yorkers and their stories. The result of these efforts was a vibrant blog he called Humans of New York, in which his photos were featured alongside quotes and anecdotes.

Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:
New York City Manhattan Printable Tourist Map
The State of New York Games and Activities for Kids: State Facts, Coloring pages, Games, Activities, Symbols, Printables, Book Reviews
Questions, Facts, and Who am I? for the state of New York
Secret New York: Color Your Way to Calm: Get your pens out, open this book, and discover a New York like you've never seen before
New York colouring pages
Build Your Own New York City Papercrafts






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