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This is a blog about relearning to live with myself now that my kids are no longer living at home full time. I am a teacher, mom (Army mom/College student mom), blogger, dieter, cook, dog mom, cat mom, crafter, and romance writer wanna be.
Dada. Mama. Peanut. Little Man. Day-to-day life in small city Idaho. I want to be crafty, but I'm not. I want to be funny, but I don't think I am. I don't really have lots of giveaways. This is just my space to share what is going on with us.
#family#parenting#babies#cloth diapers#working mom
I'm a Happy Hippie Homemaker. I am a stay at home mom with two hilarious kids. My husband is a farmer and renaissance man. My motto to save money and make our lives greener is "I bet I could make that!" I have wanted to be a writer for as long as I can re
#kids#gardening#green living #farm#dinner recipes
I've been going to auctions, antique malls, flea markets, etc. since I could walk. My lifelong love of anything vintage, old, or shabby (everything really is better with age) is now my full-time job. Here at Wisdom Lane, I'll be blogging about my advent
I have always loved to decorate, piddle with wood and building, paint-art or just a room - and now more than ever - on a budget. The hunt for the next thing excites me! I love that once I paint something fresh or re-purpose something, it finds new life a
This blog is more than ramblings. Christina will share with you products or services that she has personally reviewed. She is an independent reviewer and will honestly give you the thumbs up or thumbs down and share reasons she likes or dislikes something
My blog is a lifestyle blog, in which I blog on a range of topics from motherhood, recipes, to entertainment/celebrity, shopping and reviews. I post daily and interact on many different platforms of social media.
After a tough time in school for several years, I decided to take my dyspraxic, dyscalculic daughter out of school and homeschool her for a period of one year. Lots of reviews on resources and insights into learning disabilities, plus our personal story.