Rebecca Brown
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Colorful Kids Coat Lockers with Dual Cubbies: Perfect for child care and day care centers, elementary schools, preschools or even in your home! Come with dual cubbies to stow away backpacks, boots, jackets and lunch boxes. Packed with features that make them affordable, functional and safe! #lockers #kidslockers #coatlockers

Colorful Kids Coat Lockers with Dual Cubbies: Perfect for child care and day care centers, elementary schools, preschools or even in your home! Come with dual cubbies to stow away backpacks, boots, jackets and lunch boxes. Packed with features that make them affordable, functional and safe! #lockers #kidslockers #coatlockers

collect 2 liter bottles and have a children's "garden", one bottle for each child. They can decorate as they please then proudly display and water. This will also teach them responsibility and SHOW them what they can do with a seed and some care

collect 2 liter bottles and have a children's "garden", one bottle for each child. They can decorate as they please then proudly display and water. This will also teach them responsibility and SHOW them what they can do with a seed and some care

Fathers Day Gift! Canvas that's been painted, then a shoe print and kids footprints, with a vinyl quote. So Adorable!

Fathers Day Gift! Canvas that's been painted, then a shoe print and kids footprints, with a vinyl quote. So Adorable!

Walk with Me, Daddy - 8x10 Art Print - Personalize with your childs foot prints - Fathers Day Gift

Walk with Me, Daddy - 8x10 Art Print - Personalize with your childs foot prints - Fathers Day Gift

Insect house and bee colony on the grounds of the Potager du Roi, where the original gardens date back to the reign of Louis XIV (1678). The King’s gardens were located near his palace in Versailles where he would show off his abundant produce and espaliered fruit-bearing trees.

Insect house and bee colony on the grounds of the Potager du Roi, where the original gardens date back to the reign of Louis XIV (1678). The King’s gardens were located near his palace in Versailles where he would show off his abundant produce and espaliered fruit-bearing trees.