Monthly Archives: May 2015

Party Animal Theme for 2yr Old Oscar

We celebrated Oscar’s second birthday last weekend. I made tiny party hats and wrapped miniature presents for a whole slew of little animals. As for the hat-wearing, gift-bearing animals, they were inspired by this Oh Happy Day post and this pin – I downloaded the tiny party hat template from here and bought a bunch of Schleich animals to do it up right. They were a bit of an ...

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You Already Have Everything You Need by Mark Manson

Sorry I am enjoying reading this guys articles. Here is another from Mark Manson. We all have needs, both physical and emotional. And we all need to consistently fulfill those needs. Just as you never eat enough to last you forever, you never love enough to last you forever, or do something important enough to last you forever. Needs — ...

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Decorating Shared Rooms

There’s something so sweet and charming about shared bedrooms, don’t you think?  Make it work for siblings and create their own individual spaces. Whether we like it or not, sometimes we have to share our space. These pretty shared spaces inspired me today…hope you enjoy! Growing Together Sharing spaces can start from the very beginning. Play it safe with all white ...

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Bows & Arrows Party by Bloom Designs

A lovely unique theme for preteen girl’s birthday party. You can incorporate a few age appropriate games and a nail painting station. Its all about girl power or girly girl power to be more specific since Charlotte is all girl.  So we used lots of bows and combined them with inspirational messages.  I just don’t think we can support and encourage our ...

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How to choose the right dress for your Bridesmaids

I just spent the last 15 minutes skimming through a few local photographers websites looking for a cool bride to get an article from when I sat back and thought that this subject needs tackling. Seriously brides have a look back at your photo’s and ask yourself if your bridesmaids truly looked comfortable! A few brides had larger bridesmaids and ...

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Why Fewer Toys Will Benefit Your Child

I am going through a frustrating time at the moment feeling that my house is just full of children’s toys and my kitchen cupboards won’t close due to amount of clutter in them.  I have read a few articles about some people throwing almost everything out and only keeping 33 items of clothing, 33 toys etc. which may seem extreme ...

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Home Renovation & Restoration

When buying a property it sometimes seems like a bargain to buy a derelict house that you can renovate at the time, however do you know what you getting into first. All you need to know on how to restore an old house The most common examples are farmhouses that have been neglected since they were built in the 18th and 19th centuries, ...

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