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5 Time Saving Kitchen Tips for Busy Moms

You have your boss on the line, who’s barking at you to get in early to the office to handle the important client. Your husband decides this the time he can’t find the tie he just absolutely has to wear today. Your kids meanwhile are waiting for their breakfast to be ready and lunches packed. […]

by February 22, 2013July 10, 2021
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All Natural Homemade Oven Cleaner

The dreaded oven was the one and only place that never got this momma’s love during my recent kitchen cleaning make-over.  We have lived in our home for 4 years and ugh, sad to say that I’ve only tackled the inside of the oven once. Using any commercial products that contained harsh chemicals which emit […]

by January 29, 2013July 10, 2021
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Thumb-Sucking, Soda and Nail-Biting…Oh My!

Let’s face it, all children have bad habits! Whether it’s sucking on their thumb to fall asleep, sipping on sugary beverages, or biting their nails…these are all bad habits that negatively affect your child’s oral health. Thumb-sucking is one of the most common habits that young children have. Sucking on their thumb can help ease […]

by January 25, 2013July 10, 2021
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13 Festive Holiday Crafts

There’s noting more that screams holiday cheer than a few do-it-yourself crafts made with love. Browse through this collection of beautifully crafted holiday decor from some lovely and talented contributors. SLIDES: DIY Jolly Letters By: Made In A Day Christmas Jolly Letters: Decoupage felt to cardboard block letters and add an embellishment for an easy […]

by December 12, 2012July 10, 2021
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DIY Advent Calendar

This fun learning tool for shapes, colors and numbers is a neat way to countdown to Christmas. Supplies Needed: Large 32″ x 36″ sheet of felt 10-12 sheets of felt of various colours fabric “no sew” bond velcro scissors pen measuring tape rope glue gun felt numbers dowel rod Optional: Fabric of your choice for […]

by December 11, 2012July 10, 2021
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Gluten Free Appetizers: Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus and Cucumber Bites

I personally enjoy making these for the Christmas holidays as they decorate the table with festive colors and stimulate the taste buds with an abundance of flavor. These recipes are two fan favorite appetizers among my family and friends. No baking required and the same ingredients used for both except for the veggies.   Prosciutto […]

by December 8, 2012July 10, 2021
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100% Natural FIT LIPS Lip Balm: REVIEW

I cherish the moment when my lips touch my son’s face. Unfortunately living in Canada where the colder months sometimes seem longer than the warmer months, I am susceptible to dry and chapped lips. Poor precious nouveux skin of his having to endue multiple kisses on a daily basis from my not-so-precious lips. I’m no […]

by December 6, 2012July 10, 2021
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Beware of Unsafe Cleaning Agents When Expecting a Baby

Are you aware that commercial household cleaning products are not that safe for babies? When expecting a baby, many housewives start cleaning like crazy in order to prepare their home for when the little one comes to the world. What they probably don’t know is that a lot of the cleaners contain toxic components. Using […]

by December 4, 2012July 10, 2021
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Top Best Whale Watching in the World

If you are lucky enough to go out by boat and see a great blue swim by you should consider yourself blessed. But many of us have no clue where to start looking or how to react when the enormous animals approaches. If one of your dreams is to see a living wild whale here […]

by November 27, 2012July 10, 2021
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DIY Christmas Card Ornament and our Teddy Bear Tree

A true Canadian tree. Santa and moose The holiday’s are quickly approaching which means that it was time to pull out the holiday decor and begin setting a festive mood in our home. However, unlike last year when ‘Bug’ was only a few months old and couldn’t walk, grab or climb anything this year’s holiday […]

by November 25, 2012July 10, 2021