Monthly Archives: August 2009

Fun Friday Photos

The three oldest Nuts love to do face paintings, I suppose I should actually know who is who, but at this point all I know is there is one Ninja Turtle with two characters from Avatar, I think one Air Bender and one Water Bender, but I could be way off with this.
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Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

So far this week is flying by. Not to much happening at the Nuthouse this week, getting back into the school year and ironing out the kinks with the homeschool lessons for my oldest. This week I am very Thankful to my mom who ordered many of the books that we need for Wing...
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Tales From My Veggie Garden 2009 III

Well as hard as I tried, I have not been here updating the growth of my Veggie Garden. Unfortunately, my Veggie Garden has been a bit difficult to get growing this year. I suppose that my 1 month old does have a bit to do with lack of time to keep up with my...
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Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

This week has been a long & hectic one getting E Nut, my 1st grader back to public school and trying to get everything in order for Wing Nut, my 3rd grader to start homeschooling. This has been another one of those weeks when all I really want to do is grab a good...
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Wordless Wednesday

Well, almost wordless, you know how hard it is for me to keep my mouth shut…I always have something to say. Wing Nut is homeschooling, but E Nut is still going to public school…today is his first day back to school…yes school starts in the middle of August, how crazy is that!?!    ...
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Homemade Almond Milk is Unbelievably Easy to Make

Almond Milk is a great alternative to cow’s milk, but has a tendency to be a bit pricey. Making your own Almond Milk at home is a great way to save money and still get all of the wonderful heath benefits. Almond Milk is lactose free, cholesterol free, and has almost no saturated fat....
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Owain’s First Steps

I know you all have been waiting for pictures of Ariel, so I was working on that today when I came across Owain’s first steps…actually they were just moments after his first steps, but the fact that I actually had the camera in my hand when he started walking is an amazing thing in...
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Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas with Corn

We love having Mexican Dinner Night! Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas with Corn is one of our family favorites. A full 9×13 inch pan will serve our large young family with leftovers for lunch. This is one of the quickest and easiest dishes to make, and when the kids get older it will be no trouble...
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Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

Oops! I almost went through the entire day thinking it was Wednesday! I missed Thankful Thursdays last week because we had one of those Crazy moments that involved my 5 yr old and newborn Ariel…we had to rush out to the pediatrician first thing in the morning and then run over to UVA for...
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Buy a Blizzard at Dairy Queen on 8/13/2009 to Support Children’s Miracle Network

After Owain ended up in the NICU, and after his surgery last year to start repairing his Heart, we were so grateful to the UVA Children’s Hospital for saving his life, we thought a great way for us to give back would be to direct our donations there. Until then when we would get...
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How To Give Your Heart Baby Their Daily Aspirin

How To Give Your Heart Baby Their Daily Aspirin

Your newborn has just come home from the hospital after having Heart Surgery and now it is up to you to take care of your baby. In the hospital, either you had help giving him his medications or the nurses did it for you. You have been given all the information you need to...
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Today Owain is 15 Months Old, Comparing Him & Newborn Ariel

It is hard to believe that I just had a baby less than 2 weeks ago and today my little Owain is just 15 months old. It is a bit strange to have two babies around the house so close together. When the other kids were born, their siblings were much older and while...
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