Clearly, I’m having a hard time keeping up with Things to Write Home About.
I have a new system for remembering the great posts I find, and I’m hoping that it will help me be more efficient and write Things more often.
- Katie at The Raymond Family posted a few hilarious stories about her 2-year-old son
- Kristen at We Are THAT Family reflected on her daughter’s jealousy when her son had a big achievement
- Courtney from CJane says that being self-centered is an important trait for mothers to demonstrate
- Amanda at Impress Your Kids shares her 21 family rules
- Tsh, the Simple Mom, posted instructions for creating a family mission statement
- Jenna at Newlyweds posted flourless peanut butter cookies
- Jenna at Newlyweds also posted Chinese hot and sour soup. I can’t wait to try this!
- Jenn at Super Jenn shared penne and chicken with spiced tomato sauce
- Sylvia at A Purse Full of Cheerios posted pumpkin bread pudding
- Ann Kroeker at Ann Kroeker.Writer. posted chicken curry with sweet potatoes
- Allie at No Time for Flashcards has an old post about her craft supplies closet that I reference whenever our supplies get out of hand
- Amy at Mom Advice talked about simplifying her To Do list
- Danelle at Home Ever After posted fun chores for toddlers
- Diaper Diaries shared her housekeeping system
- Mandi at Simple Nest posted 10 questions to help you declutter
- Lisa at Light Refreshments Served has instructions for making a simple, modern mural (found this thanks to CJane)
- Susan at Practicing Thrift posted instructions for an easy toddler pillow
- Kaori at Koala Brains posted a tutorial for felt flower hair clips
- Jessica at Zakka Life posted instructions for making a fairy wand with flowers
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