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Wordless Wednesday – Such a Joy and Honor

Baking Cookies

It's such a joy and an honor to be the mama of these little ones. I love every day with them. Every minute. Here are a few great captured moments from the past few weeks. . . Our new tradition this year was baking cookies on Christmas Eve and boy oh boy did they have fun! Here's a captured moment of LA enjoying the cookie cutting! <3 And this, my friends...is my little beauty during a special moment of smiles we shared. Her smile … [Read more...]

Pregnancy Journal – 34 Weeks Pregnant

Newborn Cloth Diaper Stash

Pregnancy brain in full effect here...I've had to look at my preggo app many times in the past few days because for some reason I had it in my mind I was about to be 34 weeks pregnant instead of 33! LOL It was Christmas so there was a lot going on...right? That's my excuse?! haha! 34 Weeks Pregnant About Baby This Week: (from BabyCenter.com) Your baby now weighs about 4 3/4 pounds (about the size of a cantaloupe) and is almost 18 inches long. … [Read more...]

Menu Challenge Monday Is Back – January 6, 2014

So...I slacked off on the menu challenge during the holidays and took a break from it. It was getting rather hard to stick to it. BUT, it's the new year so I am determined again to plan, plan, plan and save money by eating at home! Here are the meals I have planned for this week. Monday: Hamburger, Corn & Noodle Casserole Tuesday: Chili Wednesday: Left overs  Thursday: Sesame Chicken with Broccoli and Rice Friday: Broccoli and … [Read more...]

Welcome to the Tailgate Bash Giveaway!

Are You Ready For Some FOOTBALL?!I know I am! If you’re like us, you love watching football and rooting for your favorite team! Also, if you’re like us, you like to root in style! Along with a great group of bloggers, Coping With Frugality, Joy Of Momma Joyner and Woven By Words are bringing you this Tailgate Bash giveaway to celebrate! Here’s what ONE WINNER will receive: With all these great prizes, people are … [Read more...]

Traditional New Year’s Day Foods

New Year's Traditional Foods

Growing up it was always a tradition to eat sauerkraut and kielbasa on New Year's Day. When I married my husband I remember him telling me the New Year's tradition in their family was black eyed peas. I am intriqued by culture and tradition so I wanted to look into this tradition that varies all over the world even more. I love the traditions I found so I wanted to share some with you! There are so many traditions around the world but here … [Read more...]