April sure brought some amazing blog posts! Spring is here and many bloggers are blogging about it. We’d love to see what posts you’ve found so be sure to drop us a comment or share on our Facebook Page, we’d love to see you over there! And now for the fun part… our blog finds!
Hi there Stephanie here one of your friendly neighborhood blog stalkers. Ever since I started following blogs I have been a big fan of How Does She! I find this blog amazing for families that are big on how to’s and DIY projects. She covers just about EVERYTHING from organizing to decorating, to cooking. She even added a section called How Does He where her husband gives some manly how to’s and DIY advice!!!! http://www.howdoesshe.com/
Hi Crystal here, I’m a mother of two energetic boys… and I really do try to keep up with them. Unfortunately, I can’t find any bottled energy in the stores so I settle for trying to keep life fun and interesting for them. A few weeks ago I ran across a blog post from Skip To My Lou and immediately wanted to build all 10 DIY toys she had listed on one of her posts. 10 PVC Pipe Toys for Kids is an amazing collection of just a few awesome things you can make with PVC piping!I plan on making each of my boys their own chairs with fabric of their choosing and the ball pit is just amazing!! I might even have to go in to play! And the pipe sprinkler, that’s totally awesome! Which ones would you do? You can find the original post here.
Lisa here, this past month I joined the homemade laundry detergent (soap) bandwagon and I love it. I had been reading posts and talking to friends for awhile about trying a batch. I opt’d for a dry version because I wasn’t sure how much the liquid would actually make or what to store it in. Then I couldn’t figure out the best place to buy all the ingredients. Online or local. Earlier this month I was walking through my local Wal-mart and not only did they have all the ingredients together on the shelf, they were about $3.00 each. SCORE!! I added the Oxyclean and spent about $13 for 6-8 Months worth of soap. Yep! you read that right. I gave 3 jars of it away for Mother’s Day gifts too. I ended up with about 16lbs of detergent when I was done mixing it. **Note- mix in a ventilated room. I have been using my soap for about 3 weeks now and loving it. One son has eczema and sensitive skin. Next time I may try the liquid. I found Wellness Mama to have the best information on the soap.