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Here are some of my favorite posts from the last couple of weeks:
- Allie at No Time for Flashcards updated her mailbox activity with some letter-sorting fun
- Jojo from A Bit of This posted salt painting, an activity that looks really fun
- Lindsey from Filth Wizardry posted foam murals for bathtime
- Robyn from I’m Just Sayin’ talked about the lesson she learned while searching for leaves with her two small kids
- Jami at An Oregon Cottage posted a series about family traditions (Love it!)
- I also loved the homeschool activities for a very young toddler at Confessions of a Homeschooler
- Mary Lea at Pink and Green Mom posted a toddler’s cleaning set
- Melanie from Dietriffic posted 15 real food snacks for kids at Zen Family Habits
- Meaghan from The Decorated Cookie made tree cookies with autumn leaves
- Robyn at Add A Pinch posted simple stuffed mushrooms
- Amy at Super Healthy Kids posted tips for making your kids’ diet healthier
- Ellen at The Long Thread posted pumpkin cheesecake
- Christy at A Southern Plate posted slow cooker cheesy chicken and rice
- Tiffany at Eat at Home posted peanut butter oven s’mores
- Jen from Paint.Cut.Paste. posted an update of her playroom artwork (created by her daughter)
- Mandi at Organizing Your Way explained 6 common sources of unpleasant odors in the home
- Lauren from Mama’s Laundry Talk explains how to keep stains from setting with a stain bucket
- Jaime at Prudent Baby is using her daughter’s preschool artwork in place of a curtain
- Katie at Hippos and Dinosaurs posted a tutorial for a journal holder made from a placemat
- Polly at Helping Little Hands posted a color matching parking lot
- Jenn at My Delicious Ambiguity posted a bunch of crafts related to Booing your neighbors this month
- Dawn at UK Lass in the US posted an awesome tutorial for a fabric doll house or barn
- Jennifer at Running with Cake explains the best time to exercise
This one doesn’t fit into any of the above categories, but a reader emailed it to me. It’s quite good, the story of cousins who drifted apart but found themselves reunited by a tragic death.
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