Today’s Extra Chatty Grocery Haul is a big one. I spent $464 on food and then more (I forgot to total it) on household supplies and clothing. It was a big day, but I had Sam to help me out and I’m so glad he has muscles.
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Graceland Dried Cranberries (premium & juicy)
*this is an enormous case of cranberries, but it’s the best price I could find online
PARENTING A CHILD WITH DOWN SYNDROME playlist
Check out my COOKING WITH CRANBERRIES playlist:
M O R E H O M E M A K I N G V I D E O S
🍲Large Family Mom’s Cooking DAY Turns Into DAYS | Beefaladas & Venison Kabobs
Planning For My ONCE A MONTH GROCERY SHOPPING Trip | Getting the Family Involved
HOMESCHOOL MOM DITL | A Glimpse into Homeschooling & Cooking on Same Day | Oldest Son Moves Out
Restoring the SHINE on Kitchen Cabinet Doors with Murphy Oil Soap
🛒How I GROCERY SHOP FOR A MONTH (with meal plan) | How to Make Every 💵Dollar Count | Large Family
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K I T C H E N T O O L S I L O V E
Rada Cutlery Stainless Steel Made in the USA (I own 9 knives and several other utensils and LOVE every one of them)
18 Quart Nesco Roaster
7 Quart Crockpot
My favorite sheet pans
My Food Processor
Music from Filmora and and (Creative Commons License) and YouTube Music Library.
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