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Two Steps to Happy Homemaking

Over the weekend, I met with a friend that I haven’t seen in quite some time.  She is a mother that I admire and adore to no end.  She told me that she reads my blog and asked me how I do it all.
I get this question quite often.  People want to know how I keep a clean home, cook everything from scratch, write a blog, keep a strong spark in my marriage, all while raising two kids and incubating a third and (here’s the kicker) enjoying every second of it.
To be honest, things are not always perfect.  Our house can get destroyed, I have been known to pick up a pizza (always Little Caesar’s for their excellent prices!), and my children have, on more than one account, made me pull a hair or two out of my head.  However, I do enjoy every second of it and I do my best to juggle it all, knowing full well there are many women out there who juggle so much more and deserve far more credit than myself.  But I know I do have a pretty good handle on things and, when asked by my friend how I do it, I started thinking.
I came up with two things.  Two small (though not always simple) factors that make juggling your home and still having moments of boredom and freedom completely doable for anyone:

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  1. Oooh I wanna know what they are. Heading over now :D

  2. LOL- at first i thought this was YOU writing, becky- I was like- whoa, you are preggo? what the heck? how did i NOT KNOW THIS??? LOL i'm not bright

  3. Sam, don't scare me like that!

  4. I thought the same thing....that you are pregnant....AGAIN!!! I thought, boy, she really is SUPER WOMAN!!! ;-)

  5. At 52 years old, I'm certain I'd end up in a

  6. Yes!!! Someone not a perfect homemaker. All this blogging and reading super mom stories makes me feel very inferior!!!!

  7. Shanda, You'd think with all the perfect mom's in the blogging sphere, this world would be a better place to


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