A little Pinterest Magic and Family Love

Just wanted to share a glorious Pinterest trick I learned and used and will DEFINITELY use again!

My microwave was starting to look like a toddler’s art project and the idea of cleaning it was just not something I wanted to do. Who wants to scrub the inside of a dirty microwave when there is sunshine to be enjoyed! But I’m pretty sure Liam’s chicken nuggets were starting to taste like a strange combination of everything that was stuck to the inside walls of the microwave.

Then I remembered I had re-pinned this microwave cleaning tip from Crafty Little Gnome on my Cleaning & Organization Board.

No better time then now to try it out….Simply heat a bowl of vinegar and water in your nasty microwave and heat for 5 minutes. Then simply wipe off the grime.

Seems too easy right? Well, I’m here to tell you it worked like a champ! I literally just took a paper towel and easily wiped off the grime in my microwave! Pretty darn awesome! Not to mentions a toxic free way to make the inside of my micro sparkle!

Thank you Adrienne for making my life just that much easier!

Happy Mother’s day to all you wonderful mothers out there! Yesterday was a very special mommy day for me because we dedicated our youngest son Cohen (who also turned 3 months) to the Lord. Baby dedication is our commitment in front of our church & family to raise our children to the best of our abilities in the way of God’s word and truth, entrusting them into HIS hands and not relying on ourselves. It was a beautiful moment and a silly moment to when Liam yelled “Woohoo! Yay!” when it was Jerad’s turn with the microphone!
1 Samuel 1:27-28
“I prayed for this child, and the Lord has granted me what I asked of him. So now I give him to the Lord. For his whole life he will be given over to the Lord.” And he worshiped the Lord there.”

On a little side note, water play in the kitchen isn’t so bad…may even slide him & the towel around the floor and call it mopping! 😉

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