Monthly Archives: November 2009

Slugs in my Dryer and Between my Toes

I can’t think of many things more disgusting than slugs. Some might not consider the Shenandoah Valley to be “The South” but this Damn Yankee sure does! There are very few days when slugs are not sliming around my yard. Winter, spring, summer and fall, slugs can be found. I hate slugs. Hate is...
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Oh The Things I Do

For the majority of the past month, our house has been a sick one, and I don’t think it is going to end anytime soon. I think it actually started just over a month ago when Wee Nut got croup again and E Nut was home sick. E Nut ended up with strep a...
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Thankful Thursday – Thanksgiving Edition

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

Happy Thanksgiving! I was planning on doing a week long Thanksgiving edition to Thankful Thursdays but  ended up getting sick and didn’t move from the couch for days unless it was urgent. I am Thankful that I am feeling well enough to make dinner tomorrow and share my Thankful Thoughts. To give you a...
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The Story of the 2nd November Surprise, and She Nut’s 4 Month Check Up

The Story of the 2nd November Surprise, and She Nut’s 4 Month Check Up

Last week I took She Nut in for her 4 month well baby visit. I can’t believe that she is 4 months old already! Her excessive drooling makes me wonder if she is teething already and she is ready to start trying out a bit of rice cereal mixed with breast milk. Yumm! She...
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Five Question Friday

Five Question Friday is hosted by Mama M over at My Little Life. Every week she takes suggestions from her readers and comes up with Five Questions to share and ask others to share their answers too. It always looks like so much fun, so this week I though I would join in. So...
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Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

This week I am Thankful for the simple things in life. Things like smiling and squealing children running around the yard on a cool autumn afternoon. Things like orange and pink sun sets and streaks of colorful clouds. Things like cinnamon in my coffee and nuts in my ice cream. Things like my DVR...
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Little Nut Nut was Working on His Family Tree at Preschool


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How To Make Homemade Toothpaste

Whether you are trying to save money, go green, avoid possible carcinogens or find that perfect flavor, making your own toothpaste at home is a simple alternative to store bought brands. This may be something that you will only use when you run out of your favorite toothpaste, need something simple for camping or...
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More Awards Received, Thank You, Thank You

Wow you all are making me feel like you really do read what I have to say. I may not be as Nuts as I originally thought. Does that make everyone who is giving me awards Nuts too? Haha, I think so! Well, thanks for joining me on this crazy ride and enjoying my...
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Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

This week has been full of ups and downs. I had a hard time being Thankful today, but I am pulling myself together and looking at the light at the end of the tunnel and not the muck on the bottom of my shoes that has been holding me down. I am Thankful for...
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A Fun Little Homeschool Project

Part of today’s homeschool lesson was for 8 year old Wing Nut to combine three lessons into one project. It was Writing, History and Art. We started this part of the lesson learning about why people settle near rivers and how that affected cities like London at the same time as Jamestown was being...
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Wondering

When I find disposable diapers in the laundry, I wonder if I threw the diaper in the laundry and the clothes in the garbage…or if I am so used to cloth diapers that I just head for the laundry room no matter what? As E Nut got caught trying to take a lightsaber to...
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Homemade Furniture Polish is a Great way to Go Green and Save Money

A great way to condition your furniture and keep it free of dust at the same time is to make your own Furniture Polish. I didn’t like the harsh chemical smell of the store bought furniture polish, so for years, I used only soap and water to clean the dust off of my furniture,...
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