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10 Budgeting Tips for Buying Your Dream Home

Luke and I are currently in the process of preparing our finances in order to buy our forever home. We are ready to settle down in the home where we hope to raise our kids and live out our lives. I know for many that is the American dream, but especially after the last real […]

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Planning a Square Foot Garden

I love gardens. All kinds of gardens. Vegetable and flower gardens. I will be the first to admit that although I love plants, I have my mother’s black thumb of plant death. Luckily for me, my husband loves plants even more than I do and he has a green thumb! We are currently renting our […]

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From Caterpillar to Butterfly – Metamorphosis with Kids

As part of our My Father’s World Kindergarten curriculum, we received a live butterfly garden kit that came with a coupon to order a cup of caterpillars. I was so excited about experiencing metamorphosis with the kids because I had never gotten to do anything like it when I was a child. Of course, when […]

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My Monthly Meal Plan – May

Since we do once a month grocery shopping, I also tend to plan my meals a month at a time. I thought I would give you an idea of what we are eating for supper this month! This menu does not include most of our side dishes, and I do have a tendency to move […]

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Real Life Homeschool – Keeping House While Homeschooling

It’s Day 3 of the Real Life Homeschool series I’m doing with the Schoolhouse Review Crew! We have covered flexible schedules and homeschooling with a newborn and a toddler. Today we are going to tackle the topic of keeping house while homeschooling. This is one of my biggest dilemmas as a stay-at-home, work-at-home, homeschooling mom. People […]

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Simple Easter Decor

Easter is one of my favorite holidays and I love spring. A gentle, warm breeze carries the sweet scent of flowers in bloom, children rush outside to make mud pies and discover caterpillars on the new greenery, and I feel renewed enough to freshen up my home all because the dead of winter is finally […]

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From Caterpillar to Butterfly – Metamorphosis with Kids

As part of our My Father’s World Kindergarten curriculum, we received a live butterfly garden kit that came with a coupon to order a cup of caterpillars. I was so excited about experiencing metamorphosis with the kids because I had never gotten to do anything like it when I was a child. Of course, when […]

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A New Kind of ABC-Book – Review

We are always singing and talking about the alphabet with four children in our house under the age of six. We got the chance to review a charming ABC-book that took a different approach to the alphabet than I am used to. S is for Smiling Sunrise from WordsBright is a charming little alphabet book […]

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Our final thoughts on My Father's World Kindergarten!

My Father’s World Kindergarten Review

Now that we are finished with My Father’s World Kindergarten, I figured it was time to do a quick review! I decided to make a quick video just talking about the pros and cons of the curriculum and actually showing you a couple of things that I added to it. My Father’s World Kindergarten Review […]

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our monthly menu plan

My Monthly Meal Plan – May

Since we do once a month grocery shopping, I also tend to plan my meals a month at a time. I thought I would give you an idea of what we are eating for supper this month! This menu does not include most of our side dishes, and I do have a tendency to move […]

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Easy Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches

Mornings are hard for me. It used to be so easy for me to just skip breakfast and feel fine. During my last pregnancy, I actually ended up very sick if I did not eat in the morning. I am finding that during this season of breastfeeding the babe, I still get sick if I […]

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Warm Sugar Cinnamon Apples & Marie Callender’s Pot Pies

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #WarmthInACrust #CollectiveBias Marie Callender’s takes me back to my childhood. When I was a kid, my grandparents always had Marie Callender’s meals in their freezer for us hungry grandkids to eat whenever we felt like it. Chicken pot […]

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10 Budgeting Tips for Buying Your Dream Home

Luke and I are currently in the process of preparing our finances in order to buy our forever home. We are ready to settle down in the home where we hope to raise our kids and live out our lives. I know for many that is the American dream, but especially after the last real […]

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planning-a-square-foot-garden

Planning a Square Foot Garden

I love gardens. All kinds of gardens. Vegetable and flower gardens. I will be the first to admit that although I love plants, I have my mother’s black thumb of plant death. Luckily for me, my husband loves plants even more than I do and he has a green thumb! We are currently renting our […]

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10 Old Fashioned Habits to Save You Money

A lot has changed in recent years and several old fashioned habits have been tossed aside. Getting rid of these habits can cost you big money! I’ve come up with 10 old fashioned habits we practice in our household that will help save you some money. Save Part of Your Paycheck Get into the habit […]

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