Christmas Snowball Teacher Gift

We didn’t have real snow on the ground, which is odd for Iowa, so I thought of giving these Hostess Snowballs to Henry’s daycare teachers. It’s was a fun project and kids could easily do it. All you need are the Snowballs, some colored paper, white paper, scissors and glue. … keep reading

Medicine Bottle Hack

I saw this idea onĀ PinterestĀ and it did help. The main thing it was useful for was to make sure we did the appropriate number of doses a day and total for the time we had to. I tried it on a wine bottle and I only needed one x on … keep reading

Baby Highchair Hack

I put a Command Hook on the back of the high chair for bibs. I’m not for sure where I saw this #babyhack the first time, but I owe the original creator a bottle of wine or something. This is so simple, but saves time and aggravation.

My First Time Mom Must Haves

I hate clutter. I’m almost a minimalist, except I do like stuff – it just has to have a purpose and reason. Here is a list of items I found the most helpful the first days and months with a newborn. Diapers, wipes, bottles, and other basics are not on … keep reading

What I packed for my hospital stay

I read approximately 2000 blog articles about what to pack for my hospital stay at the birth center. Most of the articles say the same thing: pack clothes, chapstick, lotion, and yada yada *insert expensive gadget and what not here. I packed and unpacked a couple times, narrowing down what … keep reading

How I organize Breast Milk in the Fridge

Use a dry erase marker and write on baby bottle storage the day and time.

Baby Bottles are taking over our kitchen!

Baby bottles take up a lot of space! When you have a small kitchen (with very limited countertop space) you learn to make do. Family gave us a lot of bottles and supplies, which was a huge blessing. Here is how we organized them and made it work with the space we have.

Nursery Organization

Check out my photos below for inspiration.
Close friends can vouch that I am a very organized person. I have a place for everything, and everything has a place. My husband is almost as organized. Almost. Having everything labeled makes it easy for him and I to survive these first few months with our sanity intact.


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