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
I saw this idea on Pinterest 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
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
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
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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.