Saturday Linky Love

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My baby is 5 months old today (Friday)! Can anyone tell me how that happened?

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Five Months

Now that you’ve said “Ahhhhh!” and your womb is crying … here are some links for you to visit.

  • How to Substitute Eggs in Recipes at Once a Month Mom – Helpful hints, especially if you’re like me and sometimes get halfway through a recipe before you realize you’re out of something.
  • Ten Tips for New Runners at Eclipsed – I haven’t really mentioned here that I’ve been doing a Christian Couch to 5K-type program called Run for God. Maybe because I don’t want to be held accountable. These tips are great and very encouraging to me!
  • Training Minds Away from Twaddle at Raising Arrows
  • How to Make Your Own Sourdough Starter at A Good and Simple Life – This seems a lot easier than some I have seen. Except finding a place in my house that’s above 80 degrees but below 85???
  • Five Minutes on Seasons at OhAmanda – so true. I called a friend with older kids this week crying, just to hear that this season was not forever. (That would be the no-sleep season. I love little babies … I just miss sleeping.)

Did you read or write anything great this week?

Added to Saturday Stumbles at Simply Staci.

2 thoughts on “Saturday Linky Love

  1. I used to help bake my family's sourdough bread. My mom had made our starter through an elaborate process that involved yeast and who knows what else. A few years later, I started my own with simply flour and water sitting on the counter to ferment. I made it during a hot Indiana summer in a kitchen without air conditioning. It could have been anywhere between 70 – 90 degrees; I have no idea. After a few days, it was nice and bubbly and I started using it. I've discovered that baking bread (at least sourdough bread; I've never made yeast bread) is pretty foolproof as long as you're willing for the bread to come out a bit different every time. Luckily, I like my bread sour and dense, so I don't really care about the small variations. 🙂 Good luck if you decide to make your own starter!

  2. Thanks for the linky love! I'm thinking very seriously of trying to start a Run for God group at our church.

    You've got a beautiful baby! Oh, I miss that stage. It goes by way too fast.

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