Things to Write Home About – 4/26/09

The gems I found this week:

Homegrown: Advice on Parenting & Families

  • Alli, also known as Mrs. Fussypants, proposed that we all attempt a complaint free week. It’s harder than it sounds, and I thought it sounded almost impossible. I’m still working on my week.
  • Wendy Strgar was a guest author at Blissfully Domestic last week, discussing how the 5% rule can change your marriage
  • Sue from 5 Minutes for Mom has a small daughter who believes that God is a superhero
  • Frugal Dad has had enough
  • Liz Jenkins posted great gifts for kids that don’t involve more stuff at Small Notebook
  • Tsh, the original Simple Mom, posted cheap toys for young children, and you won’t find most of them in the toy aisle
  • Amy at Living Locurto posted day of the week tags to help young children take responsibility for dressing themselves. (I found this link at MomAdvice. Thanks, Amy!)

Home Cooking: Recipes & Kitchen Tips

Homemaking: Keeping Your House Running

  • Lea Ann from Mommy’s Wish List told us about a free Home Depot gardening class – and it’s just for women!
  • Tip Junkie posted a list of home organization projects from around the blogosphere at Blissfully Domestic
  • Melissa from The Inspired Room posted a tutorial for making your own home organization notebook at Blissfully Domestic
  • Sara at whimsies & whatnots painted her kitchen counters. I hate my counters, so there may be a project in my future.

Homespun: Crafts & Other Projects

Do you have a great craft idea that involves a 1/4 yard of fabric or a fat quarter? I’m always looking for some! Send them my way, please!

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Feels like Home

Have you post something this week that was worth writing Home about? Send me the link, and maybe you’ll see it here next Sunday!

Don’t forget to stop back on Thursday for Grace’s Kitchen!

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