Growth Chart

Tracy / October 29, 2011

I’m really sorry these pictures are so bad! This room isn’t the brightest and honestly, I’m still learning about this little gem of a camera my children purchased for me last Christmas. I wanted to share one of my newest projects with you: It’s inspired by this recreation of this Pottery Barn growth chart: (I needed to replace mine after…

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Tracy / September 26, 2011

This: started to happen when we moved some of the boys to the lower bedrooms. The vibration of them coming up and down the stairs make each picture shift out of place, and yes, some of them fall down the steps! Any ideas for how to hang them in a way that will keep them from shifting? At this point,…

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Frugal Fun!

Tracy / October 7, 2010

Courtney and I have been on a dollar store/thrift store crafting kick lately. These are a few projects from last week– We found some old sweaters that I had actually intended for the thrift store. They were too worn to wear, but I did love the cuffs and remembered this idea from a blog post long ago: CANDLE SWEATERS! They…

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Creating HOME- The Fall Wreath

Tracy / September 16, 2010

I love a Martha Stewart wreath I recently came across. When I saw Nester’s version, I knew I had to try this project! I bought twisted paper from Hobby Lobby (you will need 4 for $1 a piece), and floral staples (we needed two packages for this project). We used a wreath we found in the house. Jessica stripped it…

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September 6, 2010

Tracy / September 6, 2010

The first week of September is always a sweet time in our area. A few of the leaves are beginning to change and fall. The temperatures aren’t horrible during the day and the evening is becoming cool and crisp. On this day, we’ve opened our windows to allow the breeze to flow through our home. This morning, that seemed like…

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4 Moms, 35 Kids

When Kimberly, over at Life in a Shoe mentioned that they were hosting a linky today to show how big families live, I thought “this would be fun!”….and I was hoping that some of you ladies might have some suggestions on decorating/organizing things here. We’re a family of twelve (my husband Paul and I have six sons and four daughters).…

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