Emily Wilson

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Are you thinking about becoming a SAHM, but are not sure if your family can afford it Check out the 6 ways that I save my family money just by staying home with my son!

After I did the budget for the month, I had a little pity-party for myself. Don’t get me wrong, God continues to supplies all our needs and even wants. We never have to skip our weekly chicken biscuits at Chic-fil-a on Saturday mornings! But I thought that if only I could contribute to the household

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Celebrate Baby's First Christmas | 10 Ways to Celebrate baby's First Christmas

If you have a baby, you may think that there is nothing you can do to celebrate your baby’s first Christmas, but you can and should celebrate your baby’s first Christmas! In fact, you can start traditions this year for many years to come. Your baby may not remember all of the things that you

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Remove White Film from Dishes, How to get rid of that white film from your dishes. #dishes #cleaning #whitefilm #dishwasher

When we moved into our home, I was so excited to finally have a dishwasher for the first time! However that excitement quickly faded as I discovered white film on dishes and glasses as I removed them from the dishwasher. I tried so many different detergents hoping one would work and leave the white film

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Slow Down

One of Caleb’s favorite places to be is next to the back window looking into our backyard. He usually stares out the window while chewing on a toy. The other day I needed to clean up the kitchen, so I put him in his swing. As I was buckling him up, he wasn’t looking out

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Baby Changing Station Organization

I love organizing! It is one of the easiest and least expensive ways to make a room look and feel better. Organization has always been important to me. My mom said that when I was young I used to line my shoes up in a neat row under my bed all on my own. I

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8 Practical Breastfeeding Tips for New Moms

Before I had my son, I heard a lot of negativity about breastfeeding. It seemed that everyone who didn’t enjoy it was quite vocal about the inconveniences and difficulties. I was a bit scared that I wasn’t going to be able to nurse my son from all the stories that I had been told. But

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Enjoy the Present

After teaching for nine years, I became a SAHM. The first couple of months I was overwhelmed with everything I thought I had to get done. At night I would complain to my husband that I just didn’t have time to get things done. He simply replied, “Who says you have to do all of