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19 Hacks to Make Parenting Way Easier

As kids grow up, so do our responsibilities. More expenses, endless worries about shoe numbers, food issues, etc. We made a list of 26 lifehacks to help out with most issues as much as possible. They won’t just save you time and money, but nerves too! If you have a favorite, please let us know.

I had one of these. After it was gone we made our own by listing all of the things we buy on a regular basis, with some blank lines for the rarer purchases. Makes grocery lists so much easier - and now my list is always in same order as the store!

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The Home Building Process: Infographic

One of the first decisions you will make in the Home Building Process is choosing the home floor plan that is best suited to your lifestyle, let us help! http://houseplansblog.dongardner.com/infographic-home-building-process/. #buildinginformation #floorplans #homedesigns

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Family room makeover with All Modern

This spring we took on the project of tackling our family room & kitchen. We live in a old cabin like house, small windows, lots of walls and low ceilings, so it's easy for it too feel closed off and dark. We had been wanting to open up and brighten it up for a while and the changes we made really did that.  The biggest thing we did was cutout that wall looking into the kitchen (before photos are at the bottom of the post - the first photo shows that wall before). Opening that up…

Hall Tree built for our house made from two old doors we found at an antique shop. The cutouts were from ugly vents that were in the original doors. We substituted chicken wire to hang pics on one side and chalkboard on the other door.

Excuse me - what. This is right up our alley. We tried a cardboard box version the other day and failed.