So I am hoping to start filming more if you are like me you know that life is always moving never stopping. I finally found my battery charger so I can get filming again. This video was of some yard work I did and man was it calming. I also did lots of cooking to get ready for the week and keep life going and not having to stop to think about food because as much as I love cooking and food prep sometimes life gets in the way and I will forget to make dinner. We are currently on a tight budget due to a lot of issues our home we bought back in November started to pop up. You know how life gets if one thing starts then there will be ten issues to follow.
This was a video I made as a collab with the youtube mommy meet up. back in March 2016. I talked about things around the house that we don’t clean as often as we should. Some of these are used over and over and should be cleaned way more often than we clean them.
March YTMM spring cleaning collab. I am talking about things in the house that should be cleaned more often than they are.
We run these things non stop but if we don’t keep them clean they will break down when we need them the most.
Watch all the other wonderful ladies who did March collab and if you enjoyed this video Comment bellow if you clean these more often.
I always enjoy learning new ways to make things around the house easier and to save money. Since we moved our new house dishwasher doesn’t work it was broken when we bought the house. I used this recipe a few times at our old house and never once had an issue with it.
Homemade Dishwasher detergent 1/3 cup baking soda 1 teaspoon of salt 3-4 drops of dish soap
I love learning new things it is one of the things I enjoy. When I got the crazy idea to make homemade tortillas for our fajitas I knew was in for an adventure. After all those videos and blog posts you see when they are perfect probably was done several times to make a good looking tortilla. Could just be very horrible at making things because mine never looks perfect. Flaws and all they were the best tortillas I have ever eaten. I found the recipe online. I wish I could remember exactly where I found it. They all seemed to be mostly the same when it came to the ingredients the only difference I noticed was the amount used.
3 cups flour 1 tablespoon baking powder 1 tablespoon of salt 1/3 cup of Vegetable shortening 1 cup hot water
mix ingredients well then knead on a floured surface until no longer sticky. Place dough into a bowl or any sealed container and sit in fridge 1 hour to overnight. (I recommend overnight) separate into palm size balls and roll out with a rolling pin until big enough. Roll in every direction to form a flat round tortilla. The thinner the better.
Heat a skillet on medium to medium low and cook on both sides until brown.
Sorry for my slack of VEDA Videos!!!
The Birth Story Tag: Tagged By Mommy Brain
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I Tag Keirsten Moore to do after her delivery and anyone who wants to Id love to see them feel free to comment below if you did this tag.
9 Month Update coming soon!
The Birth Story Tag
1. What was your due date?
2. What date did you actually give birth?
3. In the days leading up to your birth, what did you do to prepare? (i.e. classes, books, etc)
4. Did you experience any “signs” that you would go into labor soon?
5. Rate your pre-birth nervousness level on a scale of 1 to 10 (1 being not nervous at all and 10 being petrified.)
6. What were you doing when you went into labor/when your water broke/found out you needed a c-section?
7. Describe what a contraction feels like.
8. Did you deliver at a hospital, birth center or at home?
9. Did you have a midwife, a doctor or was your birth unassisted?
10. Who were your other supporters?
11. What were you really glad you had during your birth?
12. What types of pain management did you use? (i.e. epidural, hydrotherapy, nitrous oxide, etc.)
13. What position did you find yourself in the most?
14. Did you experience “the ring of fire”?
15. What was the first thing that popped into your head when you saw your baby?
16. What was your baby’s length and weight?
17. From first “true” labor contraction to delivery, how long were you in labor for?
18. Which was the most challenging for you; labor, pushing or recovery?
19. What one piece of advice would you give about birth to a mom-to-be?
20. Show the first ever picture of you as a new mom!