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Things to Write Home About – 9/12/2010

Here are some of my favorite posts from the last couple of weeks:

This first one doesn’t fit anywhere, but I had to share it. The Crunchy Domestic Goddess shared a story about a mother whose premature newborn had been declared dead by the doctor, but who started breathing after being held skin to skin by his mother. The story gave me chills.

Homegrown: Parenting & Having Fun As A Family

Home Cooking: Recipes & Kitchen Tips

Homemaking: Keeping Your House Running

Homemade: Crafts & Other Projects

  • Camille at Mother Lode created a homemade memory game from her kids’ art
  • Sachiko at Tea Rose Home made a gorgeous swaddle blanket
  • Leanne from Everyday Celebrations posted a children’s play mat tutorial at Moda Bake Shop
  • Lu at Just Lu made a collage out of rocks she found on the beach
  • Elizabeth at Twelve Crafts til Christmas made a monogrammed taggie. If our baby ever gets a name, I will make it one of these.

Healthier Mom: Improving my Physical & Emotional Well-being

  • Corey at Simple Marriage posted the 7 deadly sins of marriage

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Feels like Home

Have you post something this week that was worth writing Home about? Send me the link, and maybe you’ll see it here next Sunday!

Happily shared at Saturday Stumbles

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2 thoughts on “Things to Write Home About – 9/12/2010”

  1. Thanks for the feature! It took me a while to get over here, but I love what you’ve got going here! I’m your newest follower and so happy that I found you (or rather, that you found me :). Happy Monday!

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