Category Archives: Homemaking
“Stay-at-home moms can do all of that natural, hippy, traditional, ‘green’ stuff like home-cooked meals and line-drying their clothes. I have a full-time job, and I just don’t have time for it all.”
Ever heard that before? Ever thought it?
There I was, baking bread, hanging laundry on a clothes line, tending a garden (veggies and flowers both), wearing a cute sundress with my baby in a sling on my hip, all while a pie was baking in the oven and the children played with their homemade toys in our sprawling yard with just a few chickens.… Read the rest
lacto-fermented salsa. kombucha. kimchi. kefir. coconut oil. raw milk. sourdough bread.
oh and cultured butter. lots and lots of it.
my hubbies translation: “hippy food that makes our kitchen look like a science experiment”
my translation: “REAL food, that is packed full of vitamins, enzymes and cultures that aid in digestion and can heal your gut, fill you up, and give you more energy as it cleans out your system. … Read the rest
There is something about the size and shape of a lego on the floor in the dark that makes every parent tremble at the thought.
Our house is no exception. We live in a 1904, boxy little cottage – or so it seems with three kids. … Read the rest
This post is brought to you by the Polar Vortex and the letter “coffee”.
We have now been inside (save for one long and cold trip to the grocery store last Saturday) for over 2 weeks now.
Wow, that kind of sounds like a letter from a prison inmate.… Read the rest
Monday was rough.
If this is any indication, I had to mop the floor 3 times, and sanitize 2 dining room chairs (potty training incident).
We (plural) may have cried during the homeschool math lesson on multiplying by 3’s. (Lord help me when we get to long division…)
I was cranky.… Read the rest