Feature Friday {3}

Another Friday is here and there were some great reads!

First, a Saint in real life is this mother of 17! I can’t imagine raising 17 children, when three keep me on my toes. Find out how Christina’s mom from Laughing and Losing It did it:


Since I’m in the throws of doing this myself – painting and decorating an entire household, Janine at Confessions of a Mommyhood saw eye-to-eye on making sure that our little girls have the perfect room. I did add that a paint color is an inexpensive way to completely change the way a room! I’ll be blogging more about this later!



Finally, Ladyblogger shares why she’s no longer afraid of middle school students. Having once been one and not having that many fond memories, I admire her drive to teach them and watch them grow in Why Middle Schoolers No Longer Scare Me:



To top off this week, the most clicked post was…. Thanksgiving Volunteering at the RDA Newbury by Miranda at Purely By Accident! I’m touched that the most clicked post this week was one of giving of one’s self! A great group of readers, you are! (in a Yoda voice)


Don’t forget to head over to our host Brittnei at Homemaking in Style to find out if you were featured there! Plus, she just updated her site and it’s totally cool!

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Did you miss these? You may have missed some others too! Make sure that you visit this week’s linkup! Come back Sunday so we can party again! Thanks so much!

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7 thoughts on “Feature Friday {3}”

  1. Pingback: [BLOCKED BY STBV] Feature Friday- Week 3 | Homemaking With Style

  2. Thank you for featuring me this week and truly put a smile on my face. Just so glad this is helping you out wile you are pairing now!! Have a great weekend now, too April 🙂

    1. Middle schoolers are an emotional wreck and so many mean girls. I really appreciate teachers who are dedicated to making them better human beings.

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