This healing herb is very likely to be growing in your very own backyard. And it’s good for so many things, including postpartum soreness!
Keep herbs fresh for up to four weeks in the fridge with this simple trick!
I’m always amazed at the rude comments I sometimes get from people when they see how many kids we have. And it usually tells me a lot about how a person views their own children…
Here’s a great way to recycle those plastic soda bottles into automatic waterers for your garden plants!
The choice you may have never known you have.
Here’s what the start of this year’s garden looks like. It’s just seedlings so far, but hopefully in a couple of months everything will be flourishing!
I’ve tried to do everything right, but for some reason our milk goat has been giving less and less milk, to the point that yesterday I thought she was completely dried up. What I surprise I got this evening though, and what a relief to finally know what the problem has been!
Here’s how we help our kids know when it’s okay to answer that knock at the door, and when it’s not safe.
Welcome to this week’s Homestead Barn Hop! Link up and share what’s been going on around your place!!
As for me… I’ve got a new baby to be preparing for!
Yeah, they are just as delicious if you make them with all-purpose flour… but whole wheat makes them healthy… right?
It’s been almost two weeks since we got our first dairy goats, and I’ve learned a few tricks along the way!
One of our favorite breakfast dishes. I make it about once a week.
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I’ve been busy getting things ready to go into the garden. Check out what I’ve got growing inside at the moment…
This Giveaway is now Closed. Congratulations to Courtney from His and Hers Homesteading!!
Ask what you’ve been wondering, and I’ll do my best to answer your questions on this Monday’s New Life On A Homestead podcast.
It’s taking some practice, but I’m definitely getting the hang of it! Now, if only I can get the goat to cooperate!!