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Samantha Bookwalter
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Cranberry Chicken Quinoa + Green Beans
My mother in law made a version of this over the summer, and I've been meaning to try and recreate it ever since. I finally got around to buying cranberries and decided to give it a whirl. While it isn't complicated, it is the first time I've made something...
Cranberry Chicken Quinoa + Green Beans
Cranberry Chicken Quinoa + Green Beans
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Crockpot Hawaiian Chicken
I am a big fan of crockpot meals. Now that I have two kiddos, I have less time to make dinner every day. I keep a few crockpot freezer meals on hand for days that I know I will be short on time. I pull them out 24 hours ahead of time, then toss them in the ...
Crockpot Hawaiian Chicken
Crockpot Hawaiian Chicken
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Easy Chicken Fried Rice
This was yet another Pinterest find . Many Pinterest recipes like to boast that they are easy to get people to click through to their site, but this was actually very simple. My husband and toddler demolished this meal so I would say it was a success. Ingre...
Easy Chicken Fried Rice
Easy Chicken Fried Rice
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Lighter Creamy Chicken Stuffed Shells
My mom found this recipe on Pinterest, and it was an immediate hit. However, it has mayonnaise. Mayo and I do not have a good relationship. It kills my stomach and carries a significant caloric punch as well. I decided to lighten this up by using Greek yogu...
Lighter Creamy Chicken Stuffed Shells
Lighter Creamy Chicken Stuffed Shells
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Comparing Baby Carriers: Ergo, Moby, and Nesting Days
With my first baby, I only wanted one carrier. I had done my research and I knew I wanted an Ergo. It served us well and I continue to use it with my now two-year-old to this day. However, having a preemie changed the game. The Ergo was great for my normal ...
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Welcome to the World Baby Girl
As of March 25, 2017, our family of three became a family of four. Baby girl (P) joined the outside world at 6:53 p.m. She weighed 6 pounds and measured 19 inches long. Her head was 32.5 cm, half a centimeter bigger than E's. Birth Story Despite having a sc...
Welcome to the World Baby Girl
Welcome to the World Baby Girl
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Week 36: Final Projects + Getting Ready for Baby
It's so odd to think this is my last pregnant blog post. The next time I update, I will have a second child. Here are my comparison pictures. E on this left; this pregnancy on the right. We managed to squeak in some family photos yesterday. I am so glad we ...
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DIY Hanging Mason Jars Instructions
I provided some details on how I made the hanging mason jar projects, but I've been asked for more details. The whole reason I made this particular project was because E grew and can reach into the junk drawers now. She kept coloring the tablecloth, walls, ...
DIY Hanging Mason Jars Instructions
DIY Hanging Mason Jars Instructions
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Pregnancy Week 35: Cholestasis of Pregnancy
Here are my 35-week comparison pictures. The images with the white headband are with E's pregnancy. My brain is a little frazzled this week, so I swapped sides in each side-by-side on accident. It would seem I need to keep my big mouth shut. Preterm labor r...
Pregnancy Week 35: Cholestasis of Pregnancy
Pregnancy Week 35: Cholestasis of Pregnancy
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Pregnancy Week 34: DIY Reupholstered Glider + Mounted Painted Mason Jars + Washi Tape Phone Case Makeover
Everything has been fairly quiet in pregnancy land. I go in for another prenatal appointment on Tuesday so I may have some more updates then. For now, everything is going smoothly! At 34 weeks, most babies are 19-22 inches long and weigh around 4.9 pounds. ...
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