March in Review | On the Banks of Squaw Creek: March in Review
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Thursday, April 5, 2012

March in Review


Wow, March flew by!!!
I finished up the Love Your Little House Series, and my post on Smart Furniture was one of the most popular posts on my blog to date.  I think it’s because you all loved my Tulips in the Toolbox so much.
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The post on closet organization  (from Ellie at Beauty for Ashes) was also very popular, as was my reveal of our “multi-purpose dining/play room.”




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I gave an update on some of our big remodel/renovation projects, and shared a nursery design for my friend, Anna.  I also shared 3 posts related to decorating for real families:  decorating with color, hiding toys and a colorful living room from Crystal at The Weekend Homemaker.
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I wrote about how my family drastically reduced our food budget for Lent, and why I am Pro-Food-Choice.  I shared my frustration over the scare tactics people use related to different food choices, and explained why I wanted my meat frozen before I ate it.  I also wrote about how we use antibiotics on our turkey farm.
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In the parenting realm, I shared 6 Ways to Encourage a Shy Kid and How to Fly with Breastmilk.  I also posted the first Since You Asked, where we discussed babies sleeping, preschool options and whether or not it’s okay to request certain teachers for your kiddos.
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March had a lot of “home” related posts, but it also had some pretty heavy, philosophical posts related to food.  I’ve got to say, I love writing the fun posts with the pictures of beautiful homes, but I also love sharing my opinions and what I’ve learned about parenting.  I don’t think I could pick a favorite post from March if I tried.  What was your favorite post of the month?

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