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"Where family, tradition, handmade, and history all meet!"
A site full of handmade products from family life, different cultures, or just some of the most practical versions of home decor made to beautify and simplify your life.
We are sisters by birth, and friends by choice. We have many children, some grandchildren, a few pets, a lot of quirks, and more stories than time. Stop by our blog - it will be like having lunch with us except you won't have to share your food!
brooke meanders through life, home, garden and faith... this my little corner of the web to share those things that I'm passionate about... food, natural health & living, breastfeeding, natural childbirth, gardening and growing food, and growing in faith.
Mama Steer brings together natural living, saving tips, humor, positivity and a little bit of randomness. A wife and mother, Ashley Steer speaks about life as honestly as possible, hoping to reach out to other mothers like her.
I have been a Dad for a number of years now, and I have a few Random Thoughts that I can share about family life, love, and Dadship. (I know that’s not a word, but I’m a Dad so I get to make them up as I go along. It’s a Dad thing....)
I am a very honest and passionate blogger, I write about my personal life, the good and bad. I hold nothing back in my writings, I write whatever is on my mind at that time. Far from politically correct and yes I do swear on my blog.
Louisiana Housewife is a blog about a rambling LA housewife that goes by the name Laura. She talks about cooking, cleaning, shopping, crafting, saving money, & many other random things. We always have a giveaway going on as well! Hope to see y'all there!
This is the story of my amazing daughter, Sadie Mae. At my 20 week ultrasound, while pregnant, the doctors diagnosed her with bi-lateral renal agensis, missing kidneys. We were told the diagnosis was fatal. She would never survive.