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favorite posts of 2014

Happy (almost) new year! I thought I’d do a little round-up of favorite posts from this year but remembered that when I did my big blog-redo a few months ago, somehow I lost every.single.like on every.single.post. Sigh. Technology. A blessing and a curse. So rather than doing the most liked…I’m doing MY most liked! And if […]

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Gluten Free Blueberry Crisp (from Shauna Niequist’s book Bread & Wine)

I’ve mentioned before how much I l-o-v-e LOVE this book. At the end of many of the beautifully written chapters, Shauna lists a recipe mentioned within the pages you have just read. Which is brilliant really, because she makes everything sound so delectable, had she not included them…I think I would have been a bit sad. […]

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celebrating the little things (part 2: recipes)

/// Though it may seem like it in this post, we don’t generally celebrate our kids with sugary treats. BUT…here are some of our favorites, that are on the sweeter side {some are healthier than others}. //// {apple cinnamon oatmeal muffins} {easy pumpkin muffins…sometimes I sub sweet potato + apple sauce for the pumpkin} {dutch baby} I haven’t […]

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celebrating the little things (part 1: tips & ideas)

I’m a firm believer in celebrating everything. Even the seemingly little or typical or mundane. A great grade on a test, a first good hit in baseball, learning to tie shoes by oneself, last day of preschool, or simply ‘cuz it’s Wednesday. Because God is good and He’s given us another day with these amazing […]

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washi tape, my business cards… & a bunch of diy fun!

So… a few months ago my instagram friend Jen Allyson {from theprojectgirl.com} posted a photo of her new business cards from Cotton Paperie. They’re kind of amazing. I can’t get over the gold foil name, and I thought I needed them. BUT after sharing with them my vision and receiving a quote, I ’bout fainted […]

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my mom’s danish puff {recipe}

Many of us have them…a recipe we remember so fondly making as a child, standing side-by-side with our sweet mommas, them letting us “help” and us enjoying every second. Well, this is one of those recipes for me… Heat oven to 350 degrees Place 1 cup flour in medium bowl, cut in 1/2 cup softened […]

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coffee filter wreath {tutorial}

Earlier in the week, I talked about the fun coffee filter wreath I just made…which inspired a little room-redo and mantle decorating {I love shopping our house}! Today, I thought I’d show you how to make your own…for about $5. Crazy, I know. You can use any wreath base you like or have on hand. I […]

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