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Top 10 Kids and parenting pinterest trends to try in 2018: Fun for all ages

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Pinterest is big on ideas for little ones. It has more than 2 billion dollars ideas and is a huge help to moms and dads. One out of three parents use Pinterest, and because they’re always out and about, say they couldn’t live without the app.

1. Toys from trees: Branch out from plastic-type with more au ovvio selections for the toy shoe (saves for “wooden toys” +173%)

2. Mod nurseries: It may be baby’s room, but it need not be baby-ish (saves for “mature nursery” and “modern nursery” +85%)

3. Next-level nesting: Brand new parents are tackling pre-baby bucket lists and mastering the art of preparing for new arrivals (saves for “baby prep” +207%)

4. Say yes to wool: Pom poms are at maximum popularity—both rugs and mobiles are colorful, cozy and definitely DIY-able (saves for “pom pom decor” +444%)

5. Blankets but better: Weighted blankets are known for their kid-calming, sleep-inducing superpowers (saves for “weighted blankets” +259%)

6. Perma-forts: No lengthier just for Friday sleepovers—forts are becoming part of the furniture (saves for “forts” +108%)

7. Tiny trackers: Helpful apps and cheat sheets track everything from baby’s mini instances to big milestones (saves for “baby tracker” +58%)

8. Adhere ’em up! Removable walls art never gets old—reinvent the space as the kids grow up (saves for “wall decals” +219%)

9. World babies: Eco-friendly diapers, reused clothes and planet-friendly materials are leaving a compact footprint (saves for “eco-friendly clothing” +750%)

10. Mom jewelry: Dental necklaces make a strong statement, but also give children something to drain their crooked smile into (saves for “teething necklaces” +146%)

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