Hi There! Fashion “Friendly” Friday is where I show you how I’m turning my closet & Little Pumpkin Doodle’s into an environmentally friendly wardrobe by learning to Recycle, Reduce, and Reuse. [Read more...]
Hi There. So, if you been following Mommy’s Organics you know that Friday is the day I usually have an outfit together. My goal is to continue to recycle, reduce or reuse clothing. However, I didn’t find anything in my usual shops and have a few items to donate. Since Little Pumpkin Doodle is at daycare today, I’m heading out and shopping 3 thrift stores in a neighboring city. I thought I would pick an inspiration outfit, but I decided it would be more fun to see what I can find organically:)
I’ll keep you posted with my finds by updating Twitter at the bottom right of the blog.
As for this weekend, we have no big plans since hubby has to work. LPD and I are going to browse the local farmers market tomorrow and hopefully find some veggies to grow. LPD can’t wait to grow veggies, so she can use the watering can my mother gave her. I’m not good with plants, but I’m willing to give it a try.
Any tips on growing veggies would be greatly appreciated.
I’m off! I really hope I find some great finds today, since my budget is $20.00
Hope you have a great weekend. Thank you for growing Mommy’s Organics:) If you stopped by for the 1st time subscribe and read more here.
It’s Friday! This weekend we’re going to a birthday party, so yesterday Little Pumpkin Doodle and I went to Barnes & Noble to pick out a gift for my friend’s daughter, who will be turning 3. As you know B&N is one of LPD’s favorite places, so once we arrived it was it was difficult to get her to leave. We managed to leave the store without a meltdown once hubby arrived. [Read more...]
Why is this posting so late? Well, this afternoon Little Pumpkin Doodle and I were visiting Aunt Deb and Uncle Dan at the beach. LPD had so much fun, she didn’t want to leave! And in true Aunt Deb fashion, she spoiled LPD with another Fancy Nancy book. Thank you, Aunt Deb:)
We have a busy weekend planned with my father’s birthday landing on St. Patrick’s Day.
The 100% cotton dress is a Goodwill find I got for $3 bucks. The dress just needed a little TLC and after $4.00 at the seamstress it was as good as new. Final cost $7. The cardigan is an ancient Old Navy sweater (I can’t recall what I paid for it). And the shoes are from Seychelles (love their shoes). This outfit also looks good with my red ballet flats for a pop of color. [Read more...]