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We have shared a Booklist for Daughters in the past that many of you were blessed from and we wanted to let you know that recently our sister site shared a list for young girls ages 10-14 (and if a good reader even earlier than that).       You can find Wholesome Books for […]

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Today we have a post by our sweet contributor, Jenny, from The Sweet Stuff:   Valentine’s Day is over and we sit in the season between holidays, but that does not mean our acts of love or our spirit of celebration must hibernate before the next calendar holiday. One of the blessings of raising children, […]

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  You can get Easy Homemade Soap Recipes: Soap Making for Beginners for FREE for a limited time right now on Amazon! Here is the description: These recipes are easy for a first attempt at making soap or as a launching point to customize your own recipes. They can be used as they are written […]

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Today we have a post by our sweet contributor, Jenny, from The Sweet Stuff: I always romanticized the pioneer days. I dream of gingham dresses, log cabins, vegetable gardens, horses, and fresh chicken eggs every day. Well, I live on a 6,000 square foot lot, in 816 square feet of home (which may actually be […]

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Today our sweet contributor Ana from The Lost Apron is sharing: Elastic hair ties are simple to make and they are easy gifts.  Wrap them in this fun wrapping and you are ready for friend gifts, party favors or stocking stuffers. The key to making these cute Hair Ties is finding the right elastic.  The […]

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The season of Advent has begun, and every year at this time I try to come up with something special to do for people. One of my favorite things to do in years past was to ship care packages to any of my friends that wanted one. I would fill the packages with homemade cookies, […]

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  Today we have a guest post by JES…   ‘“Is your lemonade sweet enough?” Mrs. Oleson asked. So Laura knew that it was lemonade in the glasses. She had never tasted anything like it.”   ~ Laura Ingalls Wilder, On the Banks of Plum Creek   Lemonade needn’t be saved for summer! As the […]

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Do you remember spending countless of hours watching Little House on the Prairie when you were little? I do, and what fun it would be to rehash some of those old memories with our daughters. One of the ways you can bring back the memories of the Pioneers days would be to cook some food […]

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