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Hardwood Floor Cleaning Tips

Hardwood Floor Cleaning Tips

Spring is right around the corner and with that being said we are already starting to do some spring cleaning. The first order of business is everyday maintenance of our hardwood floors. Now that we have a mobile baby I'm finding myself cleaning the floor a lot more often than ever before! I'm always looking for non-toxic and no residue product as well as an easy-to-use products. Bona recently  reached out to me to see if I wanted to try the Bona Hardwood mop and I jumped at the opportunity! … [Read more...]

Indian Inspired Bedroom – Vision Board

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel & @WorldMarket products #loveblooms #ad #indian

Thank you World Market for sponsoring todays post. I am a World Market Ambassador and I received compensation in the form of gift cards, but all opinions are my own. Today, I'm excited to share a little bit of Indian Decor with you. I dream to travel to India one day. I love the rich textiles, bright colors, and hand crafted goods that they have. Oh and let's face it, Indian Food isn't all that bad, either (I LOVE IT)! I created an Indian Inspired Bedroom vision board based off … [Read more...]

The Ultimate Wedding Registry Go-To Guide For Every Couple

Wedding Registry go-to guide For Every Couple #TargetWedding

Content and/or other value provided by our partner, Target. All opinions are my own. It's hard to believe that next month will mark 8 years since Jon proposed to me on the island of St. Thomas. Shortly after we were engaged we began to create a wedding registry. We had to quickly put together a registry because my inlays graciously threw us an engagement party. We both lived at home and were planning on moving in together just before we got married. We had nothing to furnish our first … [Read more...]

5 Ways to Prepare for Cold & Flu Season

5 Ways to Prepare for Cold and Flu Season

I am a Filtrete Brand blogger ambassador and was compensated for this post, but all opinions and selection of additional products used in this project are my own. The dreaded cold and flu season is here. Jon has been sick on and off for the past few months, and somehow Ryder and I escaped the nasty colds he has had. It finally crept up on me last week, and I'm slowly recovering. The stomach bug and colds are going around at a few of the mommy and me weekly meet-ups Ryder and I attend. No … [Read more...]

26 Family Christmas Traditions + Printable

26 Family Christmas Traditions Printable

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Glade. The opinions and text are all mine. Looking for some new family Christmas traditions? Check out my list for 26 Family Christmas Traditions plus download the free printable. This is the first year we are a family of 3. I can already imagine the little pitter patter of hands and knees smacking the hard wood floor crawling to the tree on Christmas morning (maybe making a detour since our front room is gated and he will be in … [Read more...]

Everyday Stainless Steel Cleaning Tips

Everyday Stainless Steel Cleaning Tips #MeisterCleaners

This post brought to you by Meister Cleaners. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Sew Woodsy. If there is one thing I hate to do it's cleaning. I dread it like the plague. I'll cook all day long, and do loads upon loads of laundry. But give me a vacuum or worse a rag to clean stainless steel and I'm miserable. While I was pregnant we hired a cleaning service to clean our home once a month. It was a glorious thing! I knew after I gave birth we would not be able to afford the … [Read more...]

IKEA Soft Toys for Education

Soft Toy IMage 2015_4

Being a first-generation college graduate and a new mom, education is a big priority to me (and Jon too). Every week, I take Ryder to a music class. He gets social interaction from the other babies, it helps sensory development, and helps teach baby new rhythms and sounds. According to BabyCenter.com "Some experts claim that learning to play an instrument makes kids smarter in math, but that conclusion is based on research that focused on older children, not babies and young toddlers. However, … [Read more...]

What Everyone Needs to Know about Child Identity Theft

what everyone needs to know about child identity theft

This post brought to you by Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Sew Woodsy. Have you or someone you know ever been a vicitim of identity theft? Luckily, Jon and I have never had to deal with this, but we know it happens all too often. Did you know that each year, more than 50,000 children in Florida become victims of identity theft, and more than $100 million is stolen from children whose identities have been … [Read more...]

DIY Baby’s First Ugly Christmas Sweater

Babys First Ugly Christmas Sweater

I wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with I Love to Create and Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own. I'm so excited about today's project that I'm sharing with you. Jon and I made tacky Christmas sweaters a few years back. We figured it would be super cute to make Ryder his first ugly Christmas sweater, too! Making your baby an ugly Christmas sweater should be a new family tradition each and every year. I hope that my tutorial gives you holiday inspiration for … [Read more...]

Kmart’s Fab 15 Holiday Toy List

Kmart Fab 15 Toys #Fab15ToysCGC

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