Monthly Archives: July 2009

Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

The past 9 days since Ariel was born have been flying by so quickly I hardly have time to think. Last week while I was in the hospital I got my days all mixed up and at some point on Friday I realized that it was not Monday. I completely missed Thankful Thursdays last...
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Ariel Margarete, Our New Pea-Nut is a She-Nut :)

Can you believe it?! We have a little girl! I still can’t believe it. Her name is Ariel Margarete, she weighed 7 pounds and was 19 inches long at birth. She was born at 7:10am on July 21, 2009. Margarete is my mother’s middle name and was the name of my great-great-grandmother on her...
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Its Baby Time…Heading to the Hospital

Finally! I wonder if this little Pea-Nut will be a boy or a girl? I have been in labor since about 9 last night. I was hoping to wait until the office opened this morning to see how things have progressed, but the contractions are 5-8 minutes apart & about a minute long. With...
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A Simple Avocado and Tomato Salad

♥ Simple pleasures are some of the most enjoyable of all ♥ One of my favorite summertime dishes is a quick and simple Avocado and Tomato Salad. It makes a great breakfast, a super snack and the perfect light lunch. During the summer, depending on where you live, you can get avocados from anywhere...
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Electrical in our Addition is Finally Done!

All of the electrical finished up this weekend! It was around Easter time when we started. My dad has been such an amazing help, we never could have done any of the work on this house without him! We have been cleaning it up and getting everything organized so when the inspector comes he...
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Baked Macaroni Your Kids Will Love!

Your kids are going to love this easy Baked Macaroni and Cheese! My kids love the basic boxed Mac and Cheese, but honestly, I can only handle so much of it before I get sick of it. This recipe is a wonderful alternative to eating out of the box that makes everyone happy. Ingredients...
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Tips for Saving Money on Your Utility Bills

When money gets tight and jobs get harder to come by, we all start to worry. How much more are we going to end up paying for gas? How can we afford to buy groceries? What are we going to do if we can’t pay the bills? These are all questions that are being...
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Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

It has been a much better week than last week! I feel like my head is a bit more organized and things are finally starting to fall into place. There is definitely lots to be thankful for today. I would love it if you would join me in celebrating all the great, simple, unforgettable,...
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Wordless Wednesday

 
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How to Pack Your Bags for a Hospital Labor and Delivery

Every woman wants that perfect childbirth experience, where we go into the hospital, have a short labor followed by a quick delivery. We have dreams that the baby will spend hours on end sleeping peacefully by our bedside while we recover with rest and relaxation. One of the things that you have to remember...
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Good News is so Good, Some News is Not so Good Though

Yesterday was a good day. A long one, but still a good one. First bit of good news is that my 8 year old Wing-Nut is finally done (for the moment anyways) getting all of his cavities filled! Poor little guy has huge teeth, packed into a tiny little mouth and has such a...
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Pureed Carrots are Easy to Make Baby Food

Making your own baby food at home is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to feed your baby. I can’t think of many baby foods easier to cook up than carrots, so this is a great place to start if you have never made any cooked baby food before. Carrots freeze well, so...
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Easy No-Cook Baby Food: Bananas or Avocados with Yogurt

Making your own baby food at home is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to feed your baby. Bananas and Avocados are two easy No-Cook foods and are a great place to start if you have never made baby food before. These two foods really are the simplest baby food that I can...
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