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Mommy Can I Help? :: Sacrificing Efficiency for Teachable Moments

“Mommy can I help?” These are the words I hear from my three-year-old almost daily. As preschoolers, they always want to help. But “help” is a loose interpretation isn’t it? When a little person tries to pour her own drink or help fold the clothes, help is the last thing it feels like. At best, […]

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Separate Roles, Equal Partnership {How Things Work Around Here Part 2}

Any given day this mama is responsible for grocery shopping, laundry, dishes, cooking, dusting, vacuuming, bathrooms, and all the scrubbing in the whole house. Throw in homeschool lessons and chauffeuring two kiddos around town to all the activities under the sun, and you have one busy mama! Recently I wrote a blog post with a […]

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The Gift Closet

I’m about to let you all in on a little secret. I learned it from my mama. This secret has the potential to change your life. Or at least your gift giving routines. If your child has received a gift from my family in the past 10 years, it has come from my a stash […]

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Too Much Stuff {Where to Donate & Sell Used Items in Baton Rouge}

If you saw yesterday’s post, then maybe you were inspired to declutter…especially before the influx of gifts this holiday season. Simplifying and “getting rid of stuff” is not always the easiest process, but focusing on the end goals help: a more organized home, sending your things to be used and enjoyed by someone else, or […]

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