Remember when I said the dust was settling? That was a farce. There’s still much for me to do here at Feels like Home.
Without further ado, here are this weekâ€™s gems! I hope you find something useful!
- Beth at Laptops to Countertops wrote about leaving your mark
- Kristen at We are THAT Family talked about how her husband potty trained their toddler
- Heather at Maternal Spark wrote 10 reasons that she loves to read to her toddler
- Annie at PhD in Parenting talked about scheduling infants
- Mary Beth at Cupcakes and Crinoline posted a recipe for angelfood cupcakes
- Talli at Being Healthy for Busy People posted an explanation of why iceberg lettuce is bad for you
- Paula at Bell Alimento posted a recipe for ginger pork dumplings
- Roni at Green Lite Bites posted two different recipes for beer chicken
- Amy at Mom Advice posted a recipe for sausage, tomato, and cream pasta
- Annie at A Thousand Soups discussed pho, one of Joe’s favorites
- Bob from Mywealth.com posted 13 things you must balance at Dumb Little Man
- Free from Broke posted 9 reasons you haven’t started a budget
- Shannon at Rocks in My Dryer posted a brilliant tip for storing your socks that I recently rediscovered thanks to Kristen at We are THAT Family
- Darcy at Smart Bottom Enterprises posted pictures of her indoor outside play space
- Melissa at The Inspired Room posted suggestions for adding affordable architectural personality to your home
- Debbie at American Consumer News posted tools for managing a home
- Amanda at kiddio posted a list of free (and low cost) printables for kids
- Kristen at Sew Mama Sew posted instructions for making a fabric basket
- Beth at Sew Mama Sew posted instructions for making an iPod cozy
- Allieat No Time for Flashcards reposted instructions for making an alphabet book with your preschooler
Do you have a great craft idea that involves a 1/4 yard of fabric or a fat quarter? Iâ€™m still looking for some! Send them my way, please!
Have you post something this week that was worth writing Home about? Send me the link, and maybe youâ€™ll see it here next Sunday!
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