Lovin’ These Links – Monday’s Facebook Recap

It’s Monday again. Time for a recap of a few fabulous ideas from around the web. All of these sites were featured on my Facebook fan page in the last two weeks so, if you haven’t had a chance, you should check them out. If you liked them as much as I did, take a minute and let the content authors know. Bloggers love comments; so share the love when you stop by their sites. Remember, if...
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Lovin’ These Links – Monday’s Facebook Recap

So how are you feeling about the mini-posts?  I’m kinda liking them.  Short, sweet, and to the point.  I may do a few more of those in the future.  I’ve got one more laundry post for you and then, I promise, I’ll stop talking about the wash for awhile. It’s Monday again.  Time for a recap of a few fabulous ideas from around the web.  All of these sites were featured on...
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Easy Tip for Managing Kid Collections

My daughter Emily loves rocks, shells, crystals and all things geological. So much so in fact that I’ve had to make it a habit to check her jean pockets on laundry day because they’re often stuffed with her latest jagged find. As much as I love her passion for earth science, I hate tripping over her scattered assortment of stuff that ends up all over our house.  I needed a way for...
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Banish Monsters Forever with a Monster Catcher Journal

About two years ago, my son started having a little trouble with nightmares.  Like most five-year-olds, he was convinced there were monsters lurking in every shadow. For the first few nights, I went through the traditional parental reassurance methods; checking under the beds and opening closet doors, but it seemed a bit futile. After all, I wanted my son to be able to banish these imaginary...
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Banish Kid Clutter with a Weekly Stash Box Challenge

One of the big drawbacks of a house without a designated toy room is that I’m forced to let my kids keep toys in their bedrooms. Unfortunately, because our entire house is essentially one level, the cars, dolls, trains, and other random plastic objects inevitably make their way from the bedrooms to the common rooms of the house.  For the first few weeks, I would waste tons of time...
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