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Here are some gems I discovered found in my feed reader today:
- Amy, the Crunchy Domestic Goddess, wrote a very thorough post about potty learning
- Rachel at Small Notebook considers the best use of her time
- I was totally moved by Heather’s post about weaning her daughter at Not a DIY Life
- I didn’t know where to put this, but I loved Allie’s pretend cupcakes on No Time for Flashcards. They’re perfect for those of us who are trying to become healthier.
- Gretchen at The Happiness Project posted twelve tips for reading more
- Amy at Simple. Messy. Fun. posted a fun idea for helping little people learn to count and another for investigating ice
- Christy at Superheros and Princesses posted Groundhog’s Day Pancakes
- Trent at The Simple Dollar posted the frugal magic of the 5 ingredient Crock Pot meal, complete with six simple recipes
- Phoebe at Getting Freedom posted Cheddar Bay Biscuits and Easy Meatballs
- Jenn at Frugal Upstate posted suggestions for using the leftover juice from a can of fruit
- The Nester at Nesting Place posted simple solutions to common household problems
- Dustin at Engaged Marriage debates whether married couples should have joint or separate bank accounts
- Heidi of Budget Wise Home posted suggestions for organizing and displaying children’s artwork in our homes (at Make & Takes)
- Parent Hacks posted a warning about compact fluorescent light bulbs in lamps that children can reach
- Marta posted beautiful Pom Pom Lights on The Creative Mama
- I love the non-food Valentines that Jen posted at Paint, Cut, Paste
- Jessica at Zakka Life posted recycled heart-shaped clips
- I’ve been making a lot of envelopes this week (You’ll see why soon.), and I love the fabric envelope at Sew, Mama, Sew
- Pink and Green Mama posted pretend sugar cookies made from felt
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