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25 Jun 2014

Printable Stain Removal Chart – If you’re a Mom with Active Kids You Need This!

  My 3-year-old son got his very first knee scrape the other day. This was surprising seeing as he’s a bit of a “pretty boy”. Anything that requires running or sweating just isn’t his thing. With that being said, he’s also a typical boy and refuses to let his twin

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12 Jun 2014

Spring Cleaning for Your Kids – Organization Ideas, Printable, and More!

It’s that time of year again ladies and gentlemen. It’s “spring cleaning season!” I took last week off so that I could put together a few awesome posts that will help you along in your spring cleaning and organization journey. Over the next few days you’ll find posts that are

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lemon
30 Apr 2014

14 Uses for Lemon that Your Momma Never Told You About

  Lemons are such a wonderful fruit. Its citrusy goodness tastes wonderful on seafood and salads; and being the lush occasional drinker that I am, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate a squeeze of fresh lemon in some of my favorite cocktails. Related Content: 14 Fabulous Uses For

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12 Mar 2014

Spring Cleaning? Here are 12 Items that You Probably Should Have Already Tossed

  ‘Out with the old and in with the new.” That’s the general mantra for this time of year. Spring cleaning season – for many people – is in full swing. Your baseboards have been dusted, your attic has been cleared, and you even got to that layer of dust

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10 Feb 2014

Now Your Home Can Smell Awesome Without You Having to Get Rid of Your Kids! Here’s How…

  Preschoolers create a lot of interesting smells around a home. Given that I have two of them, you can imagine that my house is regularly inundated with kiddie aromas. (Think play-doh, peanut butter, and apple juice.) I decided one day that I was ready for a change. I wanted

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03 Feb 2014

11 Unique and Creative Uses for Mason Jars

  Being that I’m a true-to-the-heart G.R.I.T. (girl raised in the south! Whoop, whoop), I’ve always had a fond appreciation for things that are rustic and inherently country. That’s why I absolutely adore mason jars. Mason jars are a notorious southern staple that have been around for centuries. They’re cheap,

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coconut-oil
06 Jan 2014

20 Ways You Can Use Coconut Oil to Enrich your Family Life

  2013 was my year for exploring healthier ways of living for me and my family. I started working out more regularly (which has been hilarious), we did a little healthy snacking, and we found some healthier fast food restaurants to patronize when mommy just doesn’t feel like cooking. (Which

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02 Dec 2013

4 Easy, Creative, and Festive Wreaths that You Can Make with the Kids for the Holidays

  he holidays are known as the most wonderful time of the year, but we all know that along with the visions of sugar plum fairies comes a host of stressors and frustrations. Finding the perfect gift for that hard-to-shop-for family member who already owns everything; cleaning your house before

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29 Aug 2013

From Printcopia’s Canvas Prints to Shutterfly Photo Books: 2 of the Best Places to Print Your Family Photos Online

  n an effort to make my blog a little “shinier” and professional looking I managed to scrape up enough coins to purchase a brand new camera. It’s a Nikon d3200, and I love the darn thing. It’s considered a starter DSLR; which basically means that it’s advanced enough to

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lego blocks gift wrap
08 Jul 2013

3 Super Cool Gift Wrapping Ideas for Kids

[box] Today we have an awesome guest blogger who’s giving us some super cool ideas on how to wrap your kid’s party presents. When the kiddies attend birthday parties and events this summer, help them stand out with these 3 custom gift wrapping ideas that they can help you create!

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26 Apr 2013

7 Awesome Tips to Help You Create a Soothing, Transitional Nursery for Your New Baby

  Believe it or not, the first few months of a baby’s life are spent sleeping, and how you decorate his or her nursery can have a big impact on the quality and quantity of the sleep that they get. But you don’t want to decorate only to find yourself

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