Category Archives: Staying Organized/ Crafts

To Love, Honor and Launder?

To Love, Honor and Launder?

Laundry gives the greatest meaning to the word Chores, with a capital C. Especially since the birth of my twins, I have developed a real love-hate relationship with laundry. A couple of months ago, I even wrote and posted, “How and Why We Can Be Thankful For Laundry.” As I also mentioned in that post,Read More

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How and Why to be Thankful for Laundry

How and Why to be Thankful for Laundry

Who loves doing laundry? How can one make laundry exciting or feel motivated to tackle never-ending piles of clothes to wash, fold, hang up and put away? I honestly love to serve my family, but these days I feel less like a serving wife and mother and more like a commercial establishment for laundering clothesRead More

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Holiday Cheer Giveaway

Holiday Cheer Giveaway

I am so excited that WiseMommies is partnering with local Wise Mommies who balance being mothers as well as run businesses for a great Holiday Cheer Giveaway Package. With these items your holidays will surely be easier, if not more relaxing. I know each of these women and admire them all in different ways andRead More

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What to do with stained baby or toddler clothing

What to do with stained baby or toddler clothing

Anyone have stained or torn clothes from kids, old towels/sheets, or clothes with holes and besides throwing them away you aren’t sure what to do with these items?  Here is a great option: Support the “Long Live Fashion Campaign” at H&M: unwanted clothes recycled for more fashion. Give H&M these used items, any condition, anyRead More

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Road trip with infants and a toddler

Road trip with infants and a toddler

If you are thinking of taking a road trip with 6 month old twins and a 3 yr old, Don’t. I repeat, Don’t do it!! At this point, I’m sure you’re saying, well duh! Yes, we did do this, but it was more a must than a want. One of my best and dearest friendsRead More

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Organizing for Twins

Organizing for Twins

I love over the door shoe holders. They are so great for helping to organize your home: * crafts * cleaning products in laundry room * socks * toys such as legos or plastic animals * batteries, flashlights, string in a utility closet * electronics * shoes For the birth, and baby stage, of myRead More

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How to improve your week in less than an hour

How to improve your week in less than an hour

Where on earth is that important paper I need to sign for preschool. What am I going to cook for dinner tonight. I am sure we all have been there, here are some tips for getting your week more organized by simply investing less than an hour to plan your whole week.   Manage yourRead More

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How to Clean Stuffed Animals?

How to Clean Stuffed Animals?

My son loves his stuffed animals, and he has so many. Since you aren’t supposed to put them in the washing machine or dryer, and I don’t want to spray them down with chemicals such as Lysol. What is another way to kill some germs and dust mites growing on those lovelies? Want to removeRead More

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How to choose the right baby carrier

How to choose the right baby carrier

 Choosing the proper carrier for your baby is not easy and you should consider some facts before spending your money. Certain carriers can cause stress to your infant’s spine. While infant carriers offer you convenience, make sure to research into what might be in the best interest of the child’s health when choosing a carrier. AfterRead More

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Lessen Allergies this Fall and Winter

Lessen Allergies this Fall and Winter

We all know Spring cleaning but how about some Fall cleaning? Flu and cold season are coming so how about some Fall cleaning to reduce some allergy-triggering problems. The following is an easy and super simple tip.   Replace your pillows   Every 2 years, you should replace your pillows. We use zipper protectors underRead More

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