Favorite Things Party

My friends, Andrea and Erika, have a “Favorite Things” party on the last Monday of each month which is a lot like my “Random Mondays” except with guidelines (under $10) and a beautiful graphic!

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1. Toni and Guy Cleanse Dry Shampoo–I bought this on a whim because I hadn’t found a dry shampoo that I loved, but this was SO GOOD! I love the scent, and it really made my hair look and feel clean. I think it is more than $10, but I never said I was good at following instructions! 😉

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2. Pioneer Woman’s Cinnamon Rolls–normally, I am not a fussy recipe girl, but a few years ago I started making these as gift for neighbors and friends. We deliver on Christmas Eve morning in our Christmas PJs, and it has been a big hit! The Slaughters weren’t here on Christmas Eve, so we are making a special July 4th batch just for them. They are sinful and delicious!

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3. These 3 kids. Taking pictures has gotten so easy with them! I think it might be time to add in a sibling to spice things up. They nailed it on my first take.

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Happy Monday!! 🙂

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7 thoughts on “Favorite Things Party

  1. EEEK! So glad you linked up!! As a recipient of your cinnamon rolls I can vouch for their tastiness. Hoping we make the cut again this year 🙂 hahaha
    I am completely jealous of your one and done photo op…. you definitely need another sibling 🙂

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  2. Hi there,

    I found your blog thru a random link up and your kiddos are so cute! Pioneer woman’s cinnamon rolls have been on my list forever to try and now I really have to. I love the idea of delivering them to neighbors on Christmas Eve, so cute! Do you bake them all the way before you deliver them so they are hot and ready to eat or what? Might be adding that idea to our holiday routine! Thanks!

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    • Hi, Jordan!! Those cinnamon rolls are one of my favorite traditions! I make the dough the day before, cut the rolls, put them in the pans, and refrigerate overnight. I pull them out the fridge, let them sit for 15-20 minutes, cook according the recipe, and
      top with the icing right after pulling them out of the oven. Hope this helps! You will love Doug this with your family!! ❤ xoxo n

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