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Cloud Nursery Print

A beautiful modern print of a cloud, perfect for a baby or childs bedroom/nursery. Featuring a lovely grey cloud with coloured raindrops. (not framed)It is available in different colours please ask us!This print looks just gorgeous in a babies nursery or young childs bedroom. We also have 2 other matching prints in this range - a Cloud and a Star so you could have a set of 3! Featuring the words: Dream Big Little one (can be altered to suit your theme)Printed on A3 high quality Matte 230gsm…

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Felt Star garland, star door hanger, grey nursery decor, felt star garland, pom pom garland, baby boy nursery decor

Star garland star door hanger grey nursery by Thesecretcrafthouse A hanging garland featuring five felt stars and little pom-poms in the colours of your choice. Please message with your choice of colours from the below options: White, grey, black, pink, blue, green or navy. Available to order with five felt stars and pompoms OR five felt stars and two glitter stars. This garland is perfect as a door hanger or for hanging on a baby's cot or child's bedroom for a magical finishing touch…

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Maslow's Hierarchy of Human Needs

Children cannot learn until basic needs are met. If a child is not seeing clearly, how can they be expected to make it to the top of the pyramid? Vision Screen Every Year.

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Fall is in the air and I want to steal this little outfit... Photo reposted from @b_l_a_n_c_h_e_85 who made this super sweet skirt

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Safari Nursery Art Animal Paintings Baby Animal Prints Animal Watercolor Childrens Wall Decor Kids Room Elephant Giraffe Zebra Lion Set of 4

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Is he Dan ? Is Phil really a grown man ? Are either of you grown men ? I think both of y'all are just giant toddlers

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Scotland is home to the oldest tree in Europe, a twisted yew which has stood in Fortingall for 3,000 years. According to local legend, Pontius Pilate was born in its shade and played there as a child.

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Equality for all. Kids that are in orphanages rarely get adopted and it's harder for them to get a family and home the older they get since most couples want babies, not older children. What's the difference if it's a gay or lesbian or straight couple trying to adopt kids into LOVING homes? Just ask a kid who's never had a family if it matters to them.

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