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    • How to use a Survival Kit: 

      1. Gather the Items listed in the kit
      2. Print out a cute listing of the contents so that the recipient knows what each item is for.
      3. Place the items in a baggie
      4. Print out the topper, fold it over the top of the baggie containing the survival kit contents and staple it shut

       Please note that Most of the survival kits listed have free printable toppers available to print here.

    • Parents of Twins Survival Kit

      Parents of Twins Survival Kit


      a WHOLE Bag of Cotton Balls...for times when you can't hear yourself think

      Two Pieces of Rope...in case you get to the end of yours

      Two Rubber Bands...to remind you to stretch and grow with your children

      Sweet & Sour Candy...to remind you that every child is different

      Clock...to remind you that children grow up too fast

      Puzzle Pieces...to remind you that you are an important piece in the journey of each of your children

      Marbles...to replace the ones you've lost and the kids have claimed

      Nuts...to remind you to laugh...get a little nutty and keep the humor of life alive

      Tootsie Rolls...to remind you to roll with the punches - things will get a little hectic with twins.

      Candle...so you never feel alone in the dark

      Do Not Disturb Sign...to remind you that you need time to yourselves

      Aspirin...for when all else fails...take two each.

      Peppermints...to remind you that your job as parents is worth a mint

      A piece of velcro...for when you need to get a grip

      Hugs and Kisses...because you'll need lots of them too.

      Pack of gum...to remind you that everything works when you "stick" together.

      Tea bags...to remind you to take time to reflect on your blessings

      Crayon-To color your Familys Day cheerful and bright.

      Penny- So you'll never be completly broke

      Band-aid- For hurt feelings; yours or someone elses.

      Lifesaver-For always being there when your children need you.

      Eraser- Because we all make mistakes; sometimes it will be you and sometimes it will be your child.

      Paper Clip - So you can hold it all together.

      Clothespin- Because sometimes being the grownup stinks!

      Submitted by Rhonda

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