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The Grain-Free Family Table Cookbook Giveaway

Bundled Cookbook Giveaway

It has been a little while since I’ve done a cookbook giveaway, so today I am excited to offer you a fantastic Bundled Cookbook Giveaway with 3 fantastic books: Back to Butter, by Molly Chester; Brown Eggs and Jam Jars, by  Aimee Wimbush-Bourque; and The Grain-Free Family Table, by Carrie Vitt. Back to Butter Author: …

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Books on my Nighstand

My friend Aggie and I both enjoy reading and in the past have often shared book recommendations. Recently she mentioned that she had checked to see if I had posted any book suggestions recently. I admit, I’ve gotten a little bit out of the habit of not just reading but also sharing what I’m reading …

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Delancey by Molly Wizenberg

Sometimes, as a book lover, there’s a book you can’t even wait to finish before telling everyone you know about it. I read one page and I was telling everyone on Instagram they had to read it immediately. Delancey by Molly Wizenberg is one of those books. Written by: Janssen Bradshaw of Everyday Reading About …

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5 Books for Food Lovers

Last week, while on a family vacation in Chicago, I devoured Shauna Niequist’s newest book, Bread and Wine. I loved every page of it, making a mental list of all the new recipes I couldn’t wait to try out when I got home. When I read the last page and closed the book, I thought …

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5 Books for the Beach!

Written by: JANSSEN BRADSHAW of Everyday Reading   Summer is here! Even with two little girls who aren’t in school, it still feels different from the rest of the year. And I’m determined to squeeze in as much beach reading as possible, even if I have to substitute “apartment patio” for “beach.” Here are five …

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The Secrets of Happy Families

I’ve only been a parent for two and a half years, and I’m already dubious about any family advice that claims to be the ONLY way to do something. I’ve quickly learned that what works one month might be a complete failure the next month. Things that my daughter can’t stand might be her favorite …

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French Kids Eat Everything

At 15 months we learned that Logan had a severe peanut allergy, and we learned it the hard way: allergic reaction. Almost immediately we saw his predispositions toward being a picky eater turn into something much more. Imagine your child being on guard all the time. And over time that fear of unknown foods turning …

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