Way Back Wednesday Link-Up {#20}

Way-Back-Wednesday

Happy Wednesday! I hope that you all had a great long weekend. No matter if you enjoyed it by doing nothing, were busy with friends and family or used the day to play catch up, I hope you were able to enjoy it. Time passes by so quickly and we can never get it back, so it is always great when we can appreciate the time no matter how we use it.

I am eagerly looking forward to the fall change in the weather, pumpkin everything, to enjoying the beautiful colors autumn brings and being able to soon snuggle with my new little bundle arriving in late fall. What do you most look forward to in the fall?

And that brings me to this weeks edition of Way Back Wednesday! My fellow co-host can’t wait to see what posts you all share this week!
Hosts

Stacey – Creating My Happiness
Amanda – Our Homemade Life
Gina – MoneywiseMoms
Elizabeth – Rock-A-Bye Parents

Here are a couple of my favorite posts from last week:

Sew Travel Inspired

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I don’t know about you, but my kids always have a new favorite little toys, usually toys, that they carry around. Miss Bethany loves balls. Any type of ball really as long as it fits in her hand, pocket or she can carry it, she is one happy girl. When I saw this dice bag this week, I thought it would be great to make a few for the kids to carry around their little treasures in. They have tons of big bags, but those types of bags get TOO full of random stuff, these would be easy to fit a few lego men, bouncy balls or dice in and be easy for even the littlest of hands to carry around.

Confessions of an Overworked Mom

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I love using my crockpot to cook! I SERIOUSLY LOVE it. In the summer they are awesome to use because you don’t heat up your house. In the winter they are amazing because you have a warm meal. They are amazing anytime because you can start them in the morning and come dinner time have a delicious home-cooked meal ready to go. Ellen is sharing a slow cooker Minestrone Soup that looks delicious.

Org Junkie

wbw-Homeschooling-at-the-kitchen-table-can-be-organizedWhen we starting talking about buying a new house, one of my requests was that the entire house not need to be gutted and remodeled (I was okay with updates, but not complete overhauls!) and the other was that I wanted a school/playroom. Going back and forth from the bedroom and the kitchen table was beginning to be quite the chore and my table was always buried. So I really enjoyed this post on how to stay organized while homeschooling at the kitchen table. I now have that playroom/school room but we aren’t fully in it yet, so I am still mainly at the kitchen table for a bit longer.

Let’s get to the link-up!

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