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Coupon College

Stacking Coupons Can Double Your Savings

stacking coupons is just one of many techniques to double your coupon mileage and save even more money, learn more…

How does brand loyalty affect my wallet?

Brand loyalty simply means remaining loyal to a single brand name product. Admit it, you have a favorite brand of cookies and you would never consider “cheating” on those tasty little sweets just because something cheaper came along. Ask yourself what you’re more loyal to – your cookies or your bank account? Understanding sale cycles, […]

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Parenting PhD

What’s A Love Language And Why Is It Important?

  Ever feel like you’re putting your love out there but your partner isn’t feeling it? Maybe it’s the other way around. I’m guessing by now you’ve heard of love languages. But if you haven’t let me break it down, this is an incredible relationship building tool! In his book The Five Love Languages, Gary […]

Valentine’s Day Sibling Bonding Activity

  We love family traditions. The special things that are unique to our family are far more important than mainstream celebrations. For most of America, Valentine’s Day is filled with chocolate, flowers and store bought cards. While those things do convey a message of love, I like to be more personal and specific. And before […]

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Extra Credit

Heart Hairdo {video}

Just in time for Valentine’s Day. Girls of all ages will love this cute do. Try it with braids, twists or even a double twist. You can wear it all up, half up or pig tails. Fun year round!   If you can’t see the video, watch it here: Heart Hairdo Video Notes with hair […]

Counting Down To Thanksgiving With Gratitude

  One of our family principles is: gratitude is the best attitude. We practice being grateful all year, but November is like our high holiday of gratitude. Thanksgiving is our beginning and end. It’s when we reflect on a year’s worth of blessings as well as think ahead to all the ways we can share […]

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School of Home Management

Organizing Books to Encourage Reading {& clean up}

  BOOKS! Anyone else have a complete and utter love affair with books? We have just under 1000 in our home collection. So people often ask “where do you put all those?” We store book in many ways and there will be future posts all about books. But this is one way we organize our […]

15 Ways To Keep A More Sanitary Kitchen

There are many reasons to keep a clean home – and not just because your Mother-in-law is coming over. A clean kitchen is a safe kitchen. You want to keep your family safe from food-borne illness, bacteria, salmonella, and listeria. Here are some ideas to help.   Surfaces: 1. Bleach – If you’re going to […]

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Culinary Campus

Crock-Pot Oatmeal, Because It’s Breakfast That Cooks Itself

January is National Oatmeal Month. Okay, that really means nothing to me but it’s a great excuse to share our favorite oatmeal recipe. One of the reasons it’s a fav is because it cooks itself. With just a couple steps we wake up to a hot and healthy breakfast. First, let me say that all […]

Tex Mex Rice Bowls

If it’s Tex Mex or just in the neighborhood of taco flavored – I’m in! These rice bowl combine a lot of kid friendly family favorites. Ingredients taco flavored rice lazy black beans tomatoes black olives green onions 30 second salsa guacamole nacho cheeze sauce tortilla chips Directions There is no wrong way to build […]

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Classroom

Welcome To The Classroom

For information on hosting any of the following contact us at MotherhoodU @ Gmail .com (no spaces) or click here. *Class size minimums are based upon driving distances. Grocery Store Couponing 101 You’ve seen the show on TV, how do they do that? It’s easier than you think. You can cut your grocery bill in […]

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Freshman Moms

Tube-feed, Pump-feed, Will I Ever Breastfeed? part two

In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, I’m participating in Mothering.com’s Blog About Breastfeeding event. Read part one of this story. Finally, two surgeries and countless procedures later, we were home from the hospital and our whole family was together. We settled down into a routine and that’s when the breastfeeding reality sunk in. When he […]

Tube-feed, Pump-feed, Will I Ever Breastfeed? part one

In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, I’m participating in Mothering.com’s Blog About Breastfeeding events. I ran out of the room crying when the nurse asked if I had any questions. Seriously, who does that? But there I was sobbing and shaking, nine months pregnant with a baby that had a rare cardiac condition called Shone’s […]

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Homeschool 101

Organizing Books to Encourage Reading {& clean up}

  BOOKS! Anyone else have a complete and utter love affair with books? We have just under 1000 in our home collection. So people often ask “where do you put all those?” We store book in many ways and there will be future posts all about books. But this is one way we organize our […]

8 Creative Ways To Make Spelling Lists

Spelling lists are not just for school time and shouldn’t be so boring. Anything you do to increase your child’s vocabulary has a positive effect on them. 1. Make lists from your child’s activities If they sign up for soccer, grab some soccer books from the library. As you read them together, write down the […]

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