July 2009 - Keeper of the Home
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How My Garden Grows: Julyby  

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Just for fun…by  

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Waste Not, Want Notby  

I felt a little foolish saying yes, but as far as I could figure, I had paid good money for it and I wasn't going to turn down anything that could possibly be nourishing food for my family! The "it"... Read More

Preserving Summer’s Bounty: Blanching and Freezing Vegetablesby  

This year I added a new skill to my food preservation repertoire, and I can't believe how simple it is! Blanching and then freezing veggies is a great way to preserve excess food from the garden or summer markets. The... Read More

You Tell Me: How Do You Make a Whole Foods Diet Work on a Budget?by  

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Q&A: Blogging and Balancing Timeby  

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Need Extra Money? Sell Some Stuff!by  

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Healthy, Natural Pregnancy: Caden’s Birth Storyby  

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Preserving Summer’s Bounty: Beautiful Blueberriesby  

Blueberries are such a mainstay of our diet! Every summer we put away as many as possible (while trying to be self-disciplined and not eat all the fresh ones in the process). Last summer we bought about 75-80 lbs and... Read More

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Shower Filters: Goodbye Chlorine!by  

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Baby Poll!by  

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Healthy, Natural Pregnancy: Preparing for Laborby  

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Soaked Tortilla Tutorialby  

We just love us some homemade tortillas in this family! (Gosh, I'm learning to talk more and more like an American all the time- I love you gals! :) After buying the whole grain or sprouted store bought ones for... Read More

Cloth Diaper Liners: No More Rash Overnight!by  

You may or may not remember how we've been having trouble with Caden getting rashes when we use cloth diapers overnight. We've been able to continue on with cloth in the day, but have been using more natural disposable diapers... Read More

Q&A: Getting the Best Dealsby  

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Home Education Schedule for the Fallby  

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Garlic Galore!by  

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Make Your Own Cloth Pads!by  

Cloth pads are something I've written about several times before (here and here). Not only are they healthier to use (avoiding toxic chemicals in regular pads and tampons), but they are much friendlier on the environment and the trash can,... Read More

All Ready for Another Year of Home Educating!by  

As Abbie will be turning 5 this year, and has recently learned to read and develop a much keener interest in exploring new topics ("Mommy, how does my body move? But I mean, what makes my muscles move my legs?... Read More

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