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Month: September 2017
You could have never told me that I’d be eating my cereal like this, but now I’m so happy that I finally do. I know what you’re thinking, “What is Muva Tofu up to now?” or “What’s that brown stuff in that cereal?”. Here’s my […]
Have a bunch of old onesies (one-piece) that your baby can no longer fit? This is a money-saving hack for you.
Babies grow at a fast rate. It’s up to their parents to (attempt to) keep up. This hack combats the need to continually buy more and more onesies. Save money with this simple trick. Instead of buying onesies in the next size up for baby, create a t-shirt that’s comfortable and stylish for baby. An added bonus? You get to keep those precious memories sealed within baby’s first onesies for a bit longer. And let’s be honest, those three buttons on the onesie tail can get pretty annoying when its time to change baby’s diaper. This is a shortcut just for you!
Make a Baby Shirt From an Old Onesie:
Collect your baby or toddler’s old onesies. Use sizes that aren’t more than 6 months old. For example, my daughter is 1 years old. I use old onesies size 9 months and above. Some 6 month onesies work also.
Grab fabric Scissors ✂️ Cut a straight line along the bottom of the top seam. Fabric scissors are essential to achieve a clean-cut line. See below photos to learn how.
Put the freshly cut shirt on baby and make any adjustments if needed. If the sleeves are too tight, cut them off to create a tank top.
This works great for cloth diaper babies, no more uncomfortable bottoms. Rylan approves!
And that’s it! So simple and so frugal.
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The best food is local. Vegetables harvested with care and brought to the public to indulge is at the basis of today’s loving society. I took a trip to the Nashville Farmers Market (FM). While there, I found heirloom tomatoes, ears of corn, potatoes, and […]