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2011 August

From the monthly archives:

August 2011

I’ve raved about inexpensive prefold diapers in the past, and I still think they’re a great entry into cloth diapering. They don’t require a huge financial investment, they’re easy to use, durable, and a snap to keep clean. However. As many of you seasoned cloth diapering moms warned me, prefolds have become cumbersome as Judah […]

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Are pot roasts covered by car insurance?

by Karen on August 23, 2011

My parents were visiting us all weekend, which means we didn’t have time to run the errands and do the chores that we typically do on the weekend. So my Monday was a little busier than normal. My to do list looked like this: Grocery shopping Post office Return library books Attend play time at […]

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Flip camera winner

by Karen on August 22, 2011

The randomly chosen winner of the “Great Piggy Bank Adventure” Flip camera from T. Rowe Price is Kim with her comment: I think its easier to talk about these thing rather than money because there are so many families struggling with their financials right now. I feel terrible admitting this, but I didn’t consider that […]

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This new stage of development does not agree with me. I much preferred the days when Judah would sit still, snuggled safely in my arms out of harm’s way. It’s not that I wanted to keep him that way forever. I’m really looking forward to the fun stuff that comes along with having an older […]

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Unplanning our menus

by Karen on August 17, 2011

So at what point do you stop calling the postpartum pounds “baby weight”? Because my baby is almost 9 months old, and I’m still hauling quite a bit more around than I’m comfortable admitting. Methinks this is less about the baby and more about the absurd amounts of junk food I craved when I was […]

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Three years of blogging

by Karen on August 15, 2011

Early in August, this blog passed a milestone, and it didn’t even occur to me until a few days ago that I missed it. As of August 3, this blog is three years old. Normally when a birthday passes, people marvel, “Where has the time gone? It seems like only yesterday.” In this case, I […]

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by Karen on August 11, 2011

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Sorry, entries for this contest are now closed. A winner has been chosen, and I will be announcing as soon as I’ve received the prize from T. Rowe Price and contacted the winner. Thanks for participating! When I was a kid, my parents were a pretty open book. We talked about money just like we […]

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While visiting my best friend last weekend, we had an interesting discussion about budgeting. She and her husband are in the same place Tony and I were when we decided to start living frugally. They’re looking for ways to cut back after moving to a new city and taking a pay cut. Like a lot […]

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