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My Favorite Stew Recipe (easy for little eater)

Join me in making my favorite stew! Ingredients: less than 3 carrots 2 bullion cubes 3 cups water 1/3 stick of summer sausage salt pepper onion powder garlic powder Note: You can use 3 cups of water with 2 bullion cubes or 2 cups of stock with 1 cup of water. Directions: Add the bullion and water (or stock and water) to a 4 quart Crock Pot. Peel and cut the carrots and potatoes into bite sized pieces. Chop the summer sausage into small pieces. Cook in Crock Pot on high for 2 hours. Disclaimer: While this is not a sponsored post, I do use affiliate links on here meaning that if you purchase anything through my affiliate links, I receive commission at no additional cost to you! This is just a tool I use to bring you awesome products! My views and opinions are never swayed because of this! I only recommend products and services I love!

Discussing My Son's History with Sorbitol Intolerance

While navigating my eldest son's difficulty with peach baby food ("difficulty" is putting it nicely, he would projectile vomit his entire stomach contents) and how it effects his little brother. I slowly discovered that he was reacting the same way with other foods as well. Check out the video above for the story in more detail. Here's a summary. It took some digging and I don't remember exactly how I came across this, but I finally made the connection that the foods he was reacting to were all high in Sorbitol. Sorbitol is a sugar alcohol found in stone fruits and a few other things including peaches, pears, apples, apricots, plums, and prunes. A Sorbitol Intolerance can cause bloating, cramps, diarrhea, and/or nausea. Disclaimer: The information in this post, in the video, and the video's description is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician. This is information gathe

Remedy that Boring Baby Wipes Container

I'm so tired of seeing boring wipes containers. The prints some companies have been coming out with are something but they're still rather basic and not at all personal. I got a chip on my shoulder the other day about this and decided to do something about it. The good news is: I got what I wanted. The bad news is: well, you'll see... First I gathered my supplies. I used: a plain, wipes containers (obviously) some pretty fabric I had in storage Kitchen shears The first tube of super glue I found in the junk drawer Note: There's no specific reason to use this specific glue. It worked for me, but I didn't try other so they may very well work too. An upside-down picture of the super glue I used because reasons Let's dive in! It was a pretty straightforward process. I glued it down on the first side, then the second, third, and fourth, folding the final edge so that it laid down to cover the first edge. Then on the bottom I folded the fabric at the corners to make s

Closet Tour - Changing Table Tour - Organizing my boys changing table and closet to hold them both

Touring my boys' closet and changing table and showing how I organized them to hold both boys things. Separating my toddler's pull ups and my baby's diapers in the main drawer with the wipes, diaper cream, air freshener, lotion, bulb syringe, and rectal thermometer. The first small drawer has the baby's socks and shoes (cause his are small) and the second small drawer has the toddler's socks. The last compartment has the garbage can and spare bags. Then showing the closet layout for both boys, each having a side with a mutual, hanging shelving divider in the middle. The floor has large bins for the large items and the upper shelf has small and medium sized containers and all of the other miscellaneous things.       Check out my channel and follow my blog for more organization videos and my crazy life with 2 little boys! Disclaimer: While this is not a sponsored post, I do use affiliate links on here meaning that if you purchase anything through my affiliate links, I

Covid-19 Style Toy Cleaning! Getting in deep with all the toys: large, small, electronic, baby, ride ons, etc

Join me for a demonstration on how I've been cleaning toys since this pandemic started. I wash, sanitize, and sort fabric toys (plushies, blankets, and costumes), plastic and metal toys, baby toys and teethers, electronic toys, large toys, and ride ons. My boys' dad has been going to work throughout this pandemic and due to health conditions of at least one member of the family, I haven't been playing around with cleaning. The boys toys (hehe, that rhymed) are a big part of that, especially with a teething baby putting everything in his mouth. Note: I am not sponsored by any of the products used or listed in this video. The products, toys, and cleaners presented in this video are solely of my own volition.