Here are some gems I discovered found in my feed reader today:
- My friend, Amy, from Teach Mama wrote about the fun things you should look for at yard sales and about playing with letters at 5 Minutes for Mom
- Marie at Make and Takes posted 3 ways to promote independent play
- Christie, the Frugal Novice, posted 10 frugal kids’ activities
- Allie at No Time for Flashcards posted a beach-themed sensory tub. I’m going to look for things to put in it while we’re at the beach this year.
- Big Binder Blog has a long list of summer reading programs for kids in Michigan, but some are nationwide, too (Thanks to Allie for this link; Allie is sponsoring a summer reading program of her own.)
- Cindy at Skip to My Lou posted red, white, and blue cupcakes that would be perfect for tomorrow’s picnics
- Nicole at Baking Bites posted pineapple muffins
- Ree, The Pioneer Woman, posted restaurant-style smashed potatoes
- 11th Heaven’s Homemaking Haven posted root beer float popsicles
- Amanda at Slow Like Honey posted banana cream tart
- Amy at Super Healthy Kids posted a simplified meal plan that is flexible but easy to use
- Trent from The Simple Dollar highlighted 12 uses for baking soda
- Trent at The Simple Dollar also posted how maintenance saves money (including concrete suggestions for doing it)
- Hallee the Homemaker posted 3 chores we should all do every morning
- Anna at Noodlehead posted a wonderful diaper pouch tutorial
- Christie at A Lemon Squeezy Home posted a wetbag tutorial. I love wetbags, and I spend too much money on them.
- Pink and Green Mama posted a seashell mobile project
- Julie at Angry Julie Monday posted an adorable photo gift for Father’s Day
- Megan at The Undomestic Diva posted a tutorial for a brown paper lunchbag book. She says it would be good for a teacher gift, but I think it would be nice for a Father’s Day gift, too. (Thanks to Adrienne for sharing the link with me.)
- Brenda at Deck the Halls of Home with Joy posted a stashbusting homemade fishing game for toddlers
- Alisa at Project Happily Ever After wrote list called I don’t suck, and she thinks we should all do the same
- Coach Jenn at Personal Fit Coach posted common fitness mistakes
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