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Flashback Friday

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As we near the six month mark, it feels like we have hit our stride. With some reoccurring posts, lots of yummy recipes, and fun crafts we have built up an archive we are proud of!!

Since we are still babies in the blogging world we wanted to give you a glimpse into what we are all about with a post we like to call…

The first post we are sharing has been getting a lot of love.  After any birthday or holiday you always have greeting cards lying around, why not make one of these cute boxes?!
We do a lot of budget friendly, clean cooking and this recipe was no exception. Starting with an amazing rub, these baked chickens are good for a few meals for the family.
Finding a steady balance of chores and allowance with kids can be tricky.
There are quite a few tips in this post to help get you started!
When you need hours of endless fun, try making one of these simple Noodle Sabers.
Even the big kids (parents) like to play with them.
Why spend a bunch of money for take out Chinese when you can easily make this Cheater Chicken Fried Rice. Make it once and it will definitely be in your dinner rotation!
Last but not least, is the start to an ongoing series (our first one!) All of the posts are getting a lot of love and great feedback. So check out post #1.
Thank you to everyone that has been stopping by and checking out what we are up to here on 


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Brendy Beauty

Monday 9th of February 2015

Awesome idea for a post roundup! I feel like a lot of great posts can get overlooked in the blogosphere!

Ashley S

Monday 9th of February 2015

I love the mirrors!


Sunday 8th of February 2015

The rice looks really tasty! Looking forward to some supper now!

Katie <3

Michelle Martinka

Sunday 8th of February 2015

What a great start! I love the chores- we just started at 2.5 with real chores, and my tot loves it. I think more responsibility gives kids a great measure by which to hold themselves.


Saturday 7th of February 2015

Love the upcycled card boxes idea! I never have the heart to throw a card away. Now I know what I can do with them! Thanks :)

Twitchetts Blogspot

Sunday 8th of February 2015

I feel the same, cards can be so expensive to just read and toss! At least this way it gets another use.