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This is the guide that answers the questions that you were smart enough not to ask your parents. It's all about how to survive puberty: what to expect, how to survive it, and even some stuff to show parents.
My sister and I have a mostly crafty blog but we also do holiday stuff, and recipes, gardening... Just about everything that pertains to home and family. Our mother is a super decorator, seamstress, crafter and all around DIYselfer from way back.
Why pay full price if you don't have to? Put your money to better use!! I will show you how to save on what you need so you can have what you want!! I love finding great deals and want to share them with everyone!
Our daughter, Charlotte, was born at 23 weeks, 6 days gestation at 1.2 pounds. She lived in the NICU for 7 long months and is now at home with us. This is our account of life with a medically fragile child, and how we manage to get things done.
I write about my life as a newlywed woman in her mid 20's, being married to an EMT and the drama that follows - my family, my friends, my weight. You name it - I'll write about it. I am a lover of all things chocolate. Oh, and sarcasm is my love language.
Happily married mother of 3 with a degree in English and Cultural Studies. Interested in art, literature, beauty, fashion, family, cuisine and everything in-between! Resource for reviews, giveaways, freebies, recipies, deals, steals and much more!
We are a rural Southern family that lives frugal, green, and happy. We are not perfect and I celebrate that! I love to paint my fingernails and I also dabble a little in make up and every day fashion.
#kids# family life#rural living
I'm just a Mom, often home alone with two little kids. I'm saving my sanity one project at a time. I show my readers how to do easy crafts at home and I I often team up with former Kindergarten teacher, Susan Case, to do projects that are educational.
A work from home mom learning that chaos and serenity can coexist. That imperfection is the source of beauty. That a budget isn't code for poor, but resourceful. That women are more then cooking. Or decorating. Or children. This blog reflects that. I hope