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Kelli Miller

My husband (Ricky) of 20 years, our three wild and wonderfully different boys, five totally spoiled little dogs, a plethora of wild cats, and I live at Miller Manor! It is a 100 year old Colonial Style Farmhouse that is surrounded by hundreds of acres of farmland, in a small town on the coast of Southern Alabama.

One of my favorite things about using natural cleaner recipes for your home is choosing my own personal scent. When you purchase cleaners at the store you are stuck with whatever scent the company is using at the time. Sometimes we get so used to the smell of commercial cleaners that we start equating that …

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Here are a few swapping suggestions: Los Angeles Costume Swap The Los Angeles Costume Swap is one of the largest active costume swaps and is set to take place on October 9. The event features raffles, face painting, guest speakers and other events to keep both kids and adults entertained. You can also feel good …

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Halloween is a celebration of make-believe, pumpkins, autumn, and most of all…candy. While kids wait all year for this holiday of endless sugar, it can often be a nightmare for parents. What is a parent to do if they are worried about tooth decay from all this candy consumption? Candy usually contains sugar, which is …

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In honor of the happiest-place-on-earth’s 40th anniversary on October 1, the folks at social travel site Gogobot put together this list of the keys to the kingdom: Top Insider Tips to Making the Most of Disney. Here are the top 5 insider tips from Gogobot users: 1.  For the older family: Keys to the Kingdom Tour …

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It is almost Halloween, that means parties and gifts.  So, I am making some cute little buckets for the Teachers.  I was going to fill them with candy, but decided that spa goodies might be more useful for the them!  They can take the spa stuff home and keep the bucket on their desk for …

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In addition to my cookbook addiction and my big card file box of handwritten (or cut and pasted) recipes, you should see the millions of bookmarks, my new Pinterest account, my kid friendly recipes index, emails, and folders on my computer.  I was starting to get a bit frazzled and figured I couldn’t be the …

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Any parent knows that getting children to complete even the simplest tasks such as putting pajamas in the clothes hamper or turning a light off when leaving a room is near impossible.  How then are we expected to teach wee-ones the seemingly abject habit of writing thank-you notes?  Don’t despair.  All hope is not lost!  …

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My boys are not big stir fry kids, but if I add in some yummies like Mrs. Dash, they are perfectly happy to eat crunchy veggies. You should seriously see my cabinet of spices.  Half of it is taken up with Mrs. Dash.  I love being able to offer strong flavors to my kids without …

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Here is a free printable Halloween recipe card made by your’s truly.  I can think of plenty of ideas for it from using it within a scrapbooking page to sharing that neat recipe you made for Trunk-or-Treat with the Ladies’ Sodality! Do you have something you want made?  I will do it for super cheap! …

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