The Mommy Club: Share Your Resources and Solutions #37

Sharing is caring!

Thank you for sharing our awesome mom ideas last week! If you missed last weeks party it is not too late to take a peek at the  97 ideas that were shared. I am certain you’ll find something useful.

Here are the top five clicked ideas from last week.

1-We all need a little more kindness! Thanks to Quirky Momma Kids Activities Blog for linking up their Peaceful Parenting: Make a Kindness Jar that is used to encourage kids to act kindly in a genuine way where the real reward is being kind to one another.

2.  The Frugal Farm Wife is doing a series on Preparing For Baby On A Budget Part 3 on her blog. She points out that “It’s crazy how much you can spend on getting ready for a new baby. The shear volume and diversity of baby gear out there is just mind boggling!” So check out her post or share it with a pregnant friend.

3. Looking for something adorable for your Easter table? Nifty Thrify Things has the best, cute and functional idea. Check out her {easter: carrot napkin holders} which are fun and super easy to make!

4.Lady with the Red Rocker shared her Best-EVER Chicken Tacos (In the CROCKPOT!!!!!) recipe that she found on Pinterest along with a Mexican rice recipe and tips on what to do with the leftover. Now I’m hungry for tacos, thanks, Lady with the Red Rocker!

5. Joyful Homemaking shared her quick & easy Quick Blender Light Rolls. Yes, she used her blender to whip up these tasty rolls. She said, “These were the easiest rolls I’ve ever made, and they were scrumptious too!”


You’ll also want to check out Shannon’s favorite three picks over at Milk and Cuddles. Remember, anything you link up is seen on Milk and Cuddles as well as Crystal & Co.

Now, what will you link up this week?

Take a second to include our button in your post, or a link back to one of our site.

Show us what you’ve got!



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  2. This week I am sharing my list of favorite cookbooks over the years. Some are newer and some are older, and some are completely real food based and some need a little help 🙂 But I love them all just the same!

  3. Hi,
    I shared a recipe for egg drop soup, an article about juicing and a juice recipe and an article about the upcoming Small Farm Summit on Long Island, April 14. Be there or be square! Also, an article with a petition to tell FDA to label GMOs as well as, an article about salt.

    Join me in the Detox Challenge!

    Share any detox posts you have for methods and recipes!

    Thanks for hosting!

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  5. This weekend was my daughter’s fourth birthday, so I posted on the layer cake with frosting I made her that is GAPS legal, Paleo friendly, and FREE of grains, dairy, nuts, soy and cane sugar–and wow is it good! Hope you enjoy it!

    Thanks so much for hosting!

  6. The Tacos are so awesome yum, great recipe.

    1. Halle- I love a good chicken sandwich. Love the pics of your girl helping you. What a sweetie.

      Thanks for linking up.

    1. Kendahl- that lasagna looks delish! I love putting spinach in mine too. Hidden healthy trick. 🙂

    2. Thanks Crystal! I’m having some for lunch today as I go off to a leadership training all day (I’ll miss my kiddos, but I love volunteering at Phoenix Youth at Risk!)

  7. Thank you so much for featuring my carrot napkin holders, Crystal! 🙂
    Thanks for hosting the party!
    Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}

    1. Vanessa- those napkin holders are so adorable! So happy you shared.

  8. Thanks for inviting me! I see lots of fun ideas here.

    1. Glad to have you Noreen. Hope you find some awesome mommy solutions.

  9. Hi Crystal,

    Thanks for stopping by and the invite!! I just linked up.

    Have a lovely weekend!

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