Hey guys, I’m Stephanie, mama to Adah and Abigail, my 4 and 2 year olds, respectively. I have been married to my college sweetheart, Michael, for the past 8 and a half years. I am originally from Massachusetts and we currently live in North Carolina with our cat Loki and 2 dogs Hera and Zeus.
I have had the privilege of staying home with my girls while Michael works as a Systems Analyst and Workstation Developer for a local bank with several branches (basically, he can fix/build/whatever computers/networks/etc.).
I host sponsored product reviews and giveaways via my blog, am an occasional Ebay seller and just started crafting items and selling them on Etsy.
Since I do not have a regular income but am still paying on student loans I have to get pretty creative in budgeting our money so that we can live within our means, without racking up any consumer debt. Some ways we do this is through meal planning and coupons (not in a crazy-coupon-lady way), buying most of our clothing and other items from thrift stores and using cloth diapers and wipes.
Cloth diapers can sometimes be a hassle if you cannot get them cleaned the right way. I have learned this through trial and error but am happy to report that since we started using Molly’s Suds to clean our diapers, we have not had this issue. I even have a front-loading washing machine and do not have to add extra water or run 37 rinses. I simply follow the directions on Molly’s Suds packaging, exactly, and my diapers are clean every time. Oh, and I do not use a diaper sprayer either (scandalous, I know).
I am elated to be a part of the Molly’s Suds Ambassador Team and truly mean everything I say about Molly’s Suds getting my diapers clean. Side note: I have had the fortunate/unfortunate (not sure which one) opportunity to conclude that Molly’s Suds Cloth Diaper Powder does work effectively to get dog urine out of laundry as well.
Please come visit me anytime over at HousewifeMama.com and enter some of my family-friendly giveaways. You might even find a story or two about the slightly-more-than-mundane things that happen in our family.