Motherhood

baby food meal prep pouches

Baby Meal Planning with Reuse-able Pouches

Ever since I’ve become a mother… (a whole nine months ago. ;D) I have been trying to be frugal so I can stay at home with my little nugget, and also self-reliant so we would be prepared as a family in an emergency situation, if necessary. I’ve used cloth diapers, I’ve made my own laundry […] Read more…

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laundry detergent you can make at home

DIY Laundry Detergent Items and Instruction

Whenever I heard about someone making their own laundry detergent I always thought it was a little…. gross. So I just relied on those good ol’ friends at Tide or Gain to help me out with cleaning those dirty clothes. *this post contains affiliate links, clicking through helps support this blog, with no added cost to […] Read more…

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The best things to do as a COUPLE in Scotland!

Whenever my husband and I talk about our vacation to Scotland we can’t help but sigh longingly. *this post contains affiliate links, clicking through helps support this blog, with no added cost to you! Thank you!* It’s been two years, and we still get an aching in our gut every time we reminisce, wanting so badly […] Read more…

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Why Is It Important To have a Birth Plan?

If you haven’t seen any of my other blog posts before I’ll give you a little low down. (Or you can read my first home birth story here, and why I chose a home birth here.) We chose a home birth, I took hypnobirthing and Hypno-babies classes, read books on birth like Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth […] Read more…

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Chicken Soup that will Increase your Milk Supply

  Perks of having a midwife who has practiced for more years than you’ve been alive: she knows things, not just things found on Pinterest, but things that have been passed down from generation to generation, midwife to midwife. But now I’m putting it on Pinterest because it’s amazing and should be passed on… Hopefully, the […] Read more…

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