• Kids
    A New Year and A New Me

    Every year I make “new years resolutions” and every year I break those resolutions, right away. Well not this year. This year is my year, it’s a new year and it’s time for a new me! Over the last year I became horrible with my eating habits and I ended up gaining 25-30lbs and I’m […]

  • Business
    The Best Wifi Router 2017 Review
    Best Router 2017-Buyer’s Guide

    Alongside with the strong development of technology, you actually need a wireless router to meet higher needs and demands. There will be no longer traffic jam of internet connection in your house with the support of a Wifi router. It is an ideal option for gaming and for streaming video with fast speed. With the […]

  • DIY Projects
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    Happy Halloween

    Happy Halloween from all of us at It’s A Mommy’s World. Hope you all have a wonderful and safe evening. Here are a few of our pumpkin photos. Did you carve pumpkins this year?

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    Best Lawn Mowers 2017– Buyer’s Guide

    Best Lawn Mower in 2017 Photo:popularmechanics For gardeners, owning a lawn mower is a great benefit to make their home neat and clean. The lawn mower is definitely considered as a super efficient tool in cutting the grass in surprisingly quick time. It is hard to determine the best engine in 2017. A high-end lawnmower […]

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    7 Ancient Civilizations are Forgotten By the History
    7 Ancient Civilizations are Forgotten By the History

    Have you ever heard about Silla kingdom or Bell-beaker civilization? Silla kingdom has almost 1000 years of existence and Bell-beaker civilization is named after people found their ancient objects. They are ancient cultures in which there are little historical documents. Silla Kingdom photo:Antiquealive This is the most dominant kingdom of the Korean peninsula from 57 […]

  • Holidays
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    Back to School Shopping

    Back to school shopping is always a huge deal for me, it’s something as a mother I look forward to and this year back to school shopping was a little different for us not only did we have our sons yearly back to school shopping but we also had our daughter to do back to […]

  • Holidays
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    Baked Lemon Chicken

    This simple and delicious Baked Lemon Chicken is something I always try to make on Sundays and keep on hand to use in salads, pastas and my kids’ lunches for school throughout the week. INGREDIENTS: 1 package of skinless boneless chicken 2 lemons, use the zest and juice 3/4 c. evoo (extra virgin olive oil) […]

  • DIY Projects
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    DIY – Simple Changes

    Around here I love DIY projects, especially easy and cheap ones Girly frames I already had. Spray paint I found in my husbands paint cabinet. This project was done without spending a penny and the frames look completely different.

  • Kids
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    Back to School – Supply Shopping

    It’s that time of year again. I feel like we just did this, last year went be extremely fast and this year will only go by faster! This year both of my kids are in school which means we had to do back to school shopping for two kids which is crazier and obviously more […]

  • DIY Projects
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    Halloween Crafts for Kids

    In my home we love to do craft projects, I’ve set up a whole section of my living room for the kids, with tables and tons and tons of craft supplies, everything is available for my kids to use at anytime. I like when they’re crafty or just want to draw. My husband and I […]

  • DIY Projects
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    DIY – Letter Canvas

    This is a pretty simple and cute project. All I needeed was a small canvas, wooden letter, fabric and a staple gun. I think it turned out great and I already had everything so this project was FREE.

  • DIY Projects
    Chores – Chore Charts For Kids and Adults

    When is a good age to start kids on chores? Actually from the time that kids are little we tell them “pick up your toys, throw this away, wipe up your mess” these are all chores something the kids have to do themselves that helps up as parents. Well yesterday being November 1st I decided […]

  • Family Favorite Recipes
    Caramelized Coconut Acorn Squash

    The BEST Caramelized Coconut Acorn Squash When it comes to any type of veggies I like to try different methods of cooking and flavoring. And recently I’ve been using coconut oil in as much of my cooking as possible and this has to be one of my favorite ways of cooking acorn squash so far. […]

  • Holidays
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    National Parents Day- What You Can Do For Your Parents?

    Yes, did you know Parents get a Holiday besides Mother’s Day and Father’s Day? I didn’t either. Today is National Parents Day! In the United States, Parents’ Day is held on the fourth Sunday of every July. This was established in 1994 when President Bill Clinton signed a Congressional Resolution into law (36 U.S.C. § […]

  • Family Favorite Recipes
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    Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Jalapenos – Family Favorite

    Stuffed jalapenos are one of our favorite little treats, they are so easy to make and very delicious. Even my kids love these. They’re great for parties or just an afternoon snack. Ingredients: 9 – 12 fresh jalapenos 1 8oz package of cream cheese, softened 1 cup grated cheddar cheese 3-4 green onions, diced 1 […]

  • Mommys World
    Wisdom Tooth – Dry Socket

    So for the last few weeks I’ve been missing, we’ve had so much going on, family came to visit, soccer, work and I also got a surprise visit from a wisdom tooth. (This is not the type of stuff I wanted to post on this blog, but I think it needs to be shared for […]

  • Kids
    Back to school – Shopping, lunch menus, photo ideas and more

    The 1st day of school will be here soon! At the end of ever summer comes the back to school shopping, before school starts and every year I love taking my son shopping, I love watching him pick out the items he wants, watching how much his taste has changed. Yes, I do let him […]

  • Desserts
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    Cinnamon Apple Crisp

    With Fall FINALLY here I have been doing lots more baking and I recently made this easy, sweet Cinnamon Apple Crisp, I could have very easily eaten the whole thing if my husband hadn’t beat me to it. Ingredients: 2 large apples, peeled, cored and cut into wedges 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup old […]

  • Birthdays
    A Mummy Halloween Party with Our Ordinary Life

    With Halloween right around the corner I’ve been searching blogs and pinterest for fun Halloween food and then today my friend Kristin from Our Ordinary Life posted on her blog the most amazing, fun and creative Halloween Party foods and I just had to share. I adore all of Kristin’s ideas. Everything you need for […]

  • Birthdays
    Fruit Smoothie – Healthy Living

    In our home we have always tried to eat well. No fast food, no junk food, cut back on any unnecessary processed sugar and we’ve done pretty well. Then I decided to take it even further and over the last few weeks have started eating gluten free as much as possible, buying organic as often […]