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I am Obsessed with Succulent Plants & any other plant that survives Apartment living

Happy Thursday!

It seems like I haven't shared a treat with you in a minute but though this share is not edible it certainly can be useful if like me you love plant life but have issues keeping them alive and especially in small spaces such as an apartment.

Since my childhood I have loved plants, my mother was a huge plant lover and grower…


Added by Mari Corona on November 20, 2014 at 7:56pm — No Comments

DIY Christmas Gift Idea: Have Your Toddler Make These Fun Canvas Snowmen

When it comes to Christmas, I LOVE doing homemade decor and gifts with the little guy. And I think it teaches him something that goes far beyond the commercialized version of Christmas. So when I find fun ideas that we can create on our own, I try to channel my inner-Martha Stewart and take advantage of the fact that we can’t go outside right now. Because…snow. And cold.

So the other day, I was out picking up some crafting supplies when I got an awesome deal on a three pack of 12″ by…


Added by Cortney Galster on November 20, 2014 at 4:38pm — 2 Comments

Elf on the Shelf Planning Guide- 6 Tips for a Stress Free Elf Experience

I don't know about anyone else but I'm so excited for Thanksgiving to get here.  Mainly because the day after Thanksgiving is when our holiday season starts!  I was always taught that when Santa comes in his sleigh in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, that marks the official start of the season. 

Most people start their Christmas season with the norm.  Christmas shopping, baking, putting up decorations, and all the other fun and festive traditions.…


Added by Tina Lamoureaux on November 20, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Daniel Tiger Recap: s4e6 - "Go... Do Something Else"


...Our episode begins at school. Daniel wants to play with Miss Elaina, but she's engrossed in a book about dump trucks. She tells him "no thank you" and that she wants to read a book by herself. It actually works. Daniel leaves her alone.

Yeah. Notice this episode's song emphasizes "when a friend doesn't want to play." This idea only applies to friends. Not moms. I can't say "No thanks! I don't feel like 'reading' another visual dictionary while you… Continue

Added by Lynne Doncaster on November 20, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Italian Hearty Whole Grains

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Grains are made up of three parts: the bran, germ and endosperm. The bran is the high-fiber outer coating. The germ is the protein and nutrient dense portion. The endosperm is a source of carbohydrate, along with some protein. A grain is "whole" if these three parts have been left intact. If it’s processed (e.g., cracked, rolled), it’s still considered a whole grain, if it retains its…


Added by Jovina Coughlin on November 20, 2014 at 11:34am — No Comments

What I Learned While Running Errands with the Kids


I had dropped my older daughter for a play date and needed to run some errands.

With my son and toddler in tow, I decided to take on the aisles of SAM’S CLUB.  As I was rummaging through the fruit section, I heard laughter among the kids.

What is laughter and kindness between kids while running errands?  It’s your favorite song on repeat.  You can listen to it for…


Added by amina qureshi on November 20, 2014 at 10:51am — No Comments

Colorful Bow Tie Pork - Delicious!

Standing by my side as I monitored the skillet and put the finishing touches on dinner, Joey grinned and then took off sprinting through the house.  I found out later that he had rushed to Dan to let him know that dinner smelled "So good!!"  I'd love to take the credit - but the Smithfield® Peppercorn & Garlic Pork was the reason for his excitement. …


Added by Bloggy Moms on November 20, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments


Trial and error – the cornerstone of parenting

It is Wednesday and we have hit the Navigator’s wall. The staying after school which we have implemented has hit the two week extinction burst – he has a love-hate relationship with it. The puppy has changed things. The layout of the house is changed – chairs have been moved to block access from the kitchen to the rest of…


Added by Autism Mom on November 20, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments

Tell It Once And For Autism Resources Evidence Based Practices; "Your tax payer dollars at work!"

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Added by Sandra Mallo Adcock D.Ph. M.S.M. on November 19, 2014 at 11:54pm — No Comments

Childrens Book Review

Book Review

Isabella Babysits Baxter by Melissa Perry Moraja

Cute book! I read it to my (almost) 3 year old. It kept her attention and she even giggled at a few places. She asked me to read it to her a second time and I…


Added by Libby Blumberg on November 19, 2014 at 9:46pm — No Comments

Review: Disposable diapers, Prefolds/Flats & Covers

Diapers.  This one, simple word is enough to make people cringe.  There are so.many.options out there! When I decided I wanted to have a kid, I knew I wanted to cloth diaper.  It just felt right to me to use natural fibers, to not throw away money and clog up our landfills with disposables.  It just seemed like the right thing to do for my child, our family, and our world. Then I had Silly Baby and reality kicked in some.  I still cloth, but I do use disposables at nights (right…


Added by Lissette Fernandez on November 19, 2014 at 8:22pm — No Comments

I Love Finding Random Photos

So today, Ricky and I wrapped up a super fun (and adorable!) Christmas decor (or DIY Christmas gift) project that was an absolute blast. And when I started uploading the photos during naptime, I realized that it has been a looooong time since I’ve actually uploaded anything from our fancy camera. I guess that the wonders of Instagram made me lazy.

But today, my friends, is your day. Because today is the day that I share with you the wonders of what I found.

Basically my child…


Added by Cortney Galster on November 19, 2014 at 4:54pm — No Comments

Couples Surviving the Holiday Season

With Thanksgiving around the corner and Christmas quickly following I want to encourage you to stay connected with your spouse this upcoming Holiday season.  I know it is easy to get caught up with all the shopping and get-togethers that life becomes even busier than it already is in the next few months.  It is easy to skip a date night because of school Christmas plays, family and office get togethers and even turning date night into Christmas shopping for the kids, which is fine as long…

Added by Jessica Briggs on November 19, 2014 at 4:21pm — No Comments

Thanksgiving Turkey Craft


This little guy sits proudly on his plate.

My family is super excited for Thanksgiving, as we are every year. It is one of my favorite holidays because it involves family, lots of…


Added by Elaine Ann Allen on November 19, 2014 at 3:44pm — No Comments

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Added by Jody Cowan on November 19, 2014 at 3:04pm — No Comments

10 Facts About Thanksgiving You Should Know

My post from AldiMom.com

1. The first official Thanksgiving was in the year 1621.…


Added by Kristal Smith on November 19, 2014 at 1:58pm — No Comments


How can we take what works for him and build on it?

It has been two weeks since we implemented the new plan that the Navigator doesn’t leave school until he completes the day’s schoolwork.…


Added by Autism Mom on November 19, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments

One Minute Kitchen Hack: Apples

It is apple season and Pinterest is exploding with yummy recipes!  Apples are wonderful but they have that crazy core!  Which can make prepping apples for recipes take forever.  I do not have room for a big apple corer.  But I do have something hidden in a kitchen drawer that works great as an apple corer.  The MELON BALLER.


Yes that little tool that has been hidden in the back of the…


Added by Jennifer Roe on November 19, 2014 at 8:13am — 1 Comment

Leaf Wreath

With all the Fall Decor all over my blog, I had to create something I LOVE to make. I made a wreath using nothing but things I had at home and found outside. I made a NEW wreath for my front door. All you need is a cardboard, some leaves, a ribbon and a glue gun. First thing you need to do is to take your leaves and start hot gluing them all over the wreath, as shown on the picture tutorial, picture #2. Make sure you evenly space out all the variety of colors. My wreath still wasn’t full…


Added by Biljana on November 19, 2014 at 7:29am — No Comments

Fall Fashion: Layer It On


Every time I drive up Western Avenue on the boarder of Wicker Park, we pass a flower and gift store. Inevitably the light turns red and we stop.

Without fail, Stella looks at the above dresses (which change…


Added by Rudey on November 19, 2014 at 7:16am — No Comments

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