Friday, May 3, 2013
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I think it may be time for Lil B to move onto a big boy bed. We recently got back from a weeks vacation and since we’ve been back he is refusing to sleep in his crib. Now it is either that he is still in vaca mode, or thinks that he can continue to sleep in a bed with me. Either way, it’s frustrating!
When we bought our crib, we made sure to get a convertible one so we wouldn’t have to buy him a new bed when the time came. I’m thinking that was an expensive mistake. I called around to buy the conversion kit and am told it is $299! Really? I can buy a whole new bed for cheaper than that.
So my tip to you, if you are crib shopping and thinking about getting a convertible crib, check out the prices of the conversion kit before you decide. That may make your decision easier.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Twitter. You can follow along with the hashtag #MonthofMom. There will also be a few posts where I will share some of the P&G products that our household uses and loves.
I can’t wait to see the photos everyone comes up with, so feel free to join in on the challenge. Just take a photo that you think represents the word of the day, post on Twitter and/or Instagram and tag the photo with #MonthofMom. Be silly, be creative and have FUN.
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Thursday, April 18, 2013
Oh my list of Pinterest DIY's is growing, but I've also been able to check another one off that list. Presenting my DIY bathroom mirror frame.
All you need is:
All you need is:
- baseboards the width that you would like your frame
- wood filler
- no more nails
- saw and mitre box
I am so pleased, I'm going to tackle my other two boring bathroom mirrors this summer. Anyone can do this and it makes the cheap builders mirror look like a million bucks!