New York Times article by David: “Children of all ages can benefit from mindfulness, the simple practice of bringing a gentle, accepting attitude to the present moment. It can help parents and caregivers, too, by promoting happiness and relieving stress. Here, we offer basic tips for children and adults of all ages, as well as …

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Gather your cardboard tubes. If you use paper towel or gift wrap tubes, cut them into halves or thirds. You can cut TP tubes in half to use them for the babies. Next, paint some tubes white and some yellow, using a wide brush. The tubes for the sheep simply need a vaguely face-shaped black patch. Since the paint will take as much as half an hour to dry, you could do this step before getting the kids involved. An egg carton makes a nice, optional drying rack.

Gather your cardboard tubes. If you use paper towel or gift wrap tubes, cut them into halves or thirds. You can cut TP tubes in half to use them for the babies. Next, paint some tubes white and some yellow, using a wide brush. The tubes for the sheep simply need a vaguely face-shaped black patch. Since the paint will take as much as half an hour to dry, you could do this step before getting the kids involved. An egg carton makes a nice, optional drying rack.

Gather your cardboard tubes. If you use paper towel or gift wrap tubes, cut them into halves or thirds. You can cut TP tubes in half to use them for the babies. Next, paint some tubes white and some yellow, using a wide brush. The tubes for the sheep simply need a vaguely face-shaped black patch. Since the paint will take as much as half an hour to dry, you could do this step before getting the kids involved. An egg carton makes a nice, optional drying rack.

Gather your cardboard tubes. If you use paper towel or gift wrap tubes, cut them into halves or thirds. You can cut TP tubes in half to use them for the babies. Next, paint some tubes white and some yellow, using a wide brush. The tubes for the sheep simply need a vaguely face-shaped black patch. Since the paint will take as much as half an hour to dry, you could do this step before getting the kids involved. An egg carton makes a nice, optional drying rack.