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tomfury: Then nightly sings the staring owl,Tu-whit;Tu-who, a merry note. —William Shakespeare. (1595). Love’s Labour’s Lost.

from JENNIFERLEE

THE ULTIMATE HOSPITAL BAG

So, I might be a teeny bit early planning out my packing list, but it's one less thing I have to worry about when the time comes.

from Little DeKonings

How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets

So guys here it is at last, I know some of you have been poking me to share the whole "how I painted my kitchen cabinets" process. Well, it took me almost as long to type each step out, as it actually did to paint the cabinets, kidding, but I'm so thrilled with the results which I have mentioned over and over again. Transforming your kitchen cabinets is so worth the labour if you are familiar with painting and a BONUS: it's a huge money saver! For under $200 you can simply transform your…

Chicken Biriyani Recipe: Like all good Biriyani my Chicken Biriyani is a labour of love, set aside a couple of hours and revel in the rich and deep Indian Spices.

Reflection For my family. I think this is one of the most labour intensive images I have ever done but one of the most rewarding. It took hours to riffle through old family photos, some that I had never seen before, but it was such a joy to be able to still have such wonderful memories. Gone but not forgotten - I love you all

A Birth Plan. One of my top reasons for birthing at home: A woman in labor should NOT have to worry about anyone but herself. Should not have to tell "caregivers" to back off. Should not have to "enforce" her birth plan. She should be able to be consumed by her labor of love and anticipation of meeting her child! Nothing and no one should hinder that.

Ina May's Guide to Childbirth/Ina May Gaskin I really love this book ♥ A dear friend gave me this book when I was expecting my first child. I had never even considered a natural birth with no epidural was an option. This book presents powerful research based arguments in favor of going a more natural way. Without reading this book I would have never have had the amazing natural birth experience I had with my firstborn.