Hi there, love the front door color, did you ever find out what exactly the color was? I'd like to see about it for our own entranceway...thanks!!!
Claire & Jeffrey's Kitchen: The Big Reveal Renovation Diary
|5/2/13 11:18 AM|
Hardly ever used (if at all, especially with baby number two):
Nursery Nevers: Products You'd Never Purchase Again Nesting a Nursery
|3/27/12 1:07 PM|
We bought our then 6-year-old this machine a couple of years ago (then the price was much lower):
Sewing Kit Ideas for a Beginner
|11/30/11 10:29 PM|
Replying to the question earlier about the rolling litter boxes: We have 2 of them and they work pretty well; you just have to keep the litter refilled, otherwise there might be presents stuck to the bottom of the box. We refill them regularly, scoop daily, and dump/clean each box out monthly or so and have been pleased. They really help to contain dust, too. They do look huge, but don't take up much more room than large size open boxes would.
Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | The Cat Litter Debate
|7/16/09 12:00 AM|
I have to second the earlier post about allergy shots-for those who are skeptical, they really are a huge help. Also keeping carpet/rugs and upholstery to a minimum helps too; for us, however, the shots have made the most noticeable difference. Personally, I'm just sorry I waited so long to start the treatments and wasted so much time and money on different medications. Going to an allergist is a good idea as well, since if you are allergic to dogs and/or cats, there are probably other things that trigger allergic reactions for you too.
Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | Good Question: Living with Pets. Dealing with Allergies?
|9/15/08 5:00 PM|