A Homemade Baby Food Primer {Eat Well, Spend Less}

To celebrate the births of not one, not two, but three baby girls among the Eat Well, Spend Less bloggers, this month we're talking about all things baby- and food-related. From meals to take new moms to easy postpartum snacks, you'll find tons of practical tips...and hopefully a few gratuitous baby pictures as well! As…

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Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Bash: 9 Fun Recipes & Activities

Dr. Seuss' birthday comes again this year on March 2nd, marking Read Across America and reminding me of the singsong voice that is a cornerstone of many childhood reading lessons. His inspirational quotes are found here, there, and everywhere (including my Christmas cards this year). It's the perfect reason to have a bit of fun…

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5 Simple Chores for Kids to Complete Everyday

The following post is from Joshua of Becoming Minimalist: 5 Simple Chores for Kids to Complete Everyday Hey, look, I get it. Kids and chores don’t always play together very well. Some days, it can be a downright battle to get kids to complete their duties around the house. I have two young children myself…

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See My First Grader Save the Earth…from Juice Pouches!

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: See My First Grader Save the Earth...from Juice Pouches! Open mouth, insert...juice boxes? Sometimes I say things without thinking. We'd been at my son's new school for about a month when I visited for the Christmas party. (And yes, they did actually call it a Christmas…

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Read more about the article Allowance, Chores & Money Management for Kids
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Allowance, Chores & Money Management for Kids

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The great debate when it comes to giving kids an allowance is whether or not it should be tied to chores. Both viewpoints have pros and cons, but I've never understood why it had to be an either/or kind of thing. First, let's look at the debate: On one hand, an allowance offers the incredible…

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A Great Summer Activity for Your Kids AND Your Home

The following post is from Laura of I'm an Organizing Junkie: A Great Summer Activity For Your Kids AND Your Home My kids finished school last Tuesday, and the long days of summer ahead have come. Over the last month, I've seen many summer activity lists and suggestions floating around the internet.  What I haven't…

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Free Printables: Freezer Inventory and Food Passport

I've added two new printables to the collection, Freezer Inventory, and Food Passport, and I have to say that these may be my favorites yet! Food Passport I created the Food Passport to go along with a post I recently did over at Feels Like Home on empowering picky eaters. One of my goals this…

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