This first part is mostly for my own information, so I can go back and scan for it as need be.
3 books, 1 purse, 1 little purse, 1 crayon roll, 5 pairs shoes, 1 pair ballet shoes, 4 pairs of socks, 1 bra, 2 pairs of underwear.
2 coats, 1 jacket, 2 pairs boy pants, 6 pairs girl jeans, 3 pairs girl leggings, 2 pairs girl shorts, 3 dresses, 1 pirate dress, 1 dance leotard, 3 short sleeved girl shirts, 1 girl sweater, 3 girl long sleeved shirts, 1 girl pajamas, 2 boy long sleeved shirts, 1 boy short sleeved shirt. The total was $154, which I’m cool with. They’re bigger sizes of things, and there’s fun brand names like Gymboree, Children’s Place, Arizona, Keen, Merrell in there.
Here’s the little purse from my haul above. Next to the little Thirty-One personalized bag I’ve got that I’ve been using as my first aid kit.
The inside of the first aid kit in the Thirty-One bag I’d been dragging around everywhere. Yes, it stays in my purse all the time.
Even with half the things rubber banded together, it’s kind of a crazy free-for-all in there.
See how cute it is? All my little bottles/tubes are all happy and vertical and staying in place here, love it.
And on the outside where other folks would have game cartridges? I have band-aids. Because that’s how I roll.
The irony? I finally looked at the zipper pulls. They say Nintendo. This cute little first aid kit of mine started off it’s life carrying around some little game system. And then I get ahold of it. Mwahaha.
Changing topics wildly. I made, printed, and laminated freezer maps. For lack of a better term. Each of these goes on a different freezer. I have baskets in them because, well, I need better organization. I’m hopeful this’ll work better. And hubby and the kids, mostly for hubby, will be able to find things easier.
And how it translates into real food… Well, at least part of the freezer, I didn’t get a complete photo of it.
The new-to-us garage freezer. I need to do a better inventory list of crockpot meals, and the fruits and veggies, those baskets are looking kind of barren on this sheet (when they’re really stuffed, whoops).
And how that one translates into real packages:
Homestead Barn Hop time!