Spring is here(yay!), and as always, I’m looking for ways to make our budget stretch a little farther. Food is expensive. Even more so if you choose organic. One of the best and most obvious ways to reduce that expenditure this time of year is through gardening. If you’re new to gardening, it can Keep Reading
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Hey all! I'm back with more about preparing for baby on a budget. If you miss part one, go here to read it. I'll wait for ya. ;) It’s crazy how much you can spend on getting ready for a new baby. The shear volume and diversity of baby gear out there is just mind boggling! So what does a new Keep Reading
I went online looking for car seat reviews a few days ago, and was reminded once again just how expensive baby gear is. Fortunately, you don’t have to spend that much! Garrett honestly hasn’t cost us that much, so I thought it might be useful to pass on some of the methods we used for Keep Reading
Garrett was a high maintenance baby. I was never really sure what the problem was. Gas? Or maybe he just wasn’t getting enough sleep. I don’t know, but I couldn’t bring myself to just lay him down and let him cry while I worked. I spent seven long weeks struggling just to get meals on the table. Keep Reading
A friend and I were talking about cloth diapering at church a few days ago. She was pretty excited about the Fuzzibunz she’d just purchased from ebay. I use mainly Smari Pants, which are much the same. Both are pocket diapers, both snap down to multiple sizes, both are incredible at wicking Keep Reading