How’s that for lazy? Yes, I’m talking to myself but I’m also talking to you. Eat those leftovers. Waste not want not. I hope you all had a great weekend!
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Photo Friday: Independence Day 2018
We celebrated Independence Day this year with a shrimp boil at Aunt Haley’s House with the Graves family, minus Will and Anna, who were at Joe Daddy’s house for the holiday. Aunt Haley had a sprinkler going, fully loaded bubble guns, and poppers (since we’re in a burn ban, plus two year olds and realContinue reading “Photo Friday: Independence Day 2018”
Mommy Review Monday: Discount Tire
I drive a lot. A WHOLE lot. It’s part of being in sales, covering the state of Texas. With that, my tires see a lot of wear. I buy my tires from Discount Tire. And I’m soooo glad. Here’s why: You can buy certifications for them and they cover repairs and replacements for the lifeContinue reading “Mommy Review Monday: Discount Tire”
Making Baby Food- Part 2: What and How I Made Baby Food
After our trip to the grocery store (see my previous post, Part 1: The Why and Preparation), I got started. Honestly, it hasn’t been that bad. I never expected to be the mom that makes homemade baby food but, surprisingly, I actually enjoyed it. I went into it without recipes but more of a generalContinue reading “Making Baby Food- Part 2: What and How I Made Baby Food “
Making Baby Food- Part 1: The Background and Preparation
I’ve never tried making my own baby food. Honestly, I’ve been intimidated by it. The thought of cooking, blending, and storing it all seemed like a daunting task. Plus, we are on the go a lot so jarred baby food has been convenient to grab and go. But after about almost two months of the girlsContinue reading “Making Baby Food- Part 1: The Background and Preparation “
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