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Friday Favorites: Mama Must Haves

Friday, January 18, 2019

Watching for Daddy's car to pull into the driveway to start the weekend like.... 

Happy Friday!! This week felt like we were taking a long ride on the struggle bus, between winter break and all the germs/sickness that has followed, it is taking us a while to get into our normal routine, but I'm hopeful after this weekend things will finally be back on track! To keep things FUN on this Friday, here are some of the things I have been loving this week:

1- American Eagle, it's not just for jr. high kids- ladies, if you aren't shopping at American Eagle/Arie you are missing out! I have had my eye on this chenille sweater for a while and when it popped up on major sale, I knew it needed to come find a home in my closet. I love it so much in fact that just this morning Scott said to me, "You look so pretty today, wait, didn't you wear that sweater yesterday?" Why yes honey, I did in fact wear this sweater yesterday, but I'm seeing all different people and therefore it doesn't count. Does anyone else live by this mentality!? Linking up a few of my #momuniform favorites, including the best cami bra ever if you are also part of #teaminflated ;) AND the best Amazon knock-off Zella leggings ever!

2- This make-up organizer is a GAME CHANGER! I know that SO many of you have been watching Tidying Up on Netflix and while I haven't jumped on that train yet, I always get the organizing itch in January! I found this one on Amazon and it is the perfect size, I don't have a ton of make-up and it fit everything I had without a ton of unused spaced, but also left me a little room to expand too.

Organizer (Amazon

3- Speaking of make-up, I have seen so many beauty bloggers mention mascara primers and I finally remembered to grab this drug store find while at Target this week. Overall, it definitely helped my mascara stay on my eyelashes instead of my eye lids and made them appear slightly thicker. I don't know if I feel like I need to wear it every day, but if I know I'm going to be out in the real world all day into date night, etc. I would definitely put it on!

Mascara Primer (Amazon- Right now there is an extra 40% off coupon too!) / Mascara Set (Amazon)

4- Valentine's Day is just around the corner and I shared some super cute looks for your little ladies this week, you can read the post here: Little Ladies Valentine's Looks & Books . While the little ladies and I were out mall walking yesterday (#desperateforfun) I saw this red sweater at H&M on sale for $15 and thought it would be perfect to wear for Isla's bday/February! (I couldn't find the red version online, but they have this really cute oatmeal color too! Check in-stores for the cheap-o red version!)

5- Last but not least, I'm always looking for a quick snack option when I'm on the go with my little ladies, have you ever tried to wrangle three children while #hangry!? I have and it's not pretty! I am obsessed with these Power Crunch Protein bars, they taste just like a Nutter Butter, but since it says Protein on the label, that makes it healthy, right!?

Power Crunch Bars (Amazon / I also buy mine at Trader Joes)

6- BONUS: Did you see that I started a new blog series this week!? Snyder Family Co. coffee chats! I had the BEST time interviewing one of my sweet friends Marjorie about what's it's like to be a busy Mama who is also running a small business, if you missed it, you can read it here: Snyder Family Co.: Coffee Chat ft. Marjorie . Also, if you would like to be featured in a future chat, email me at brittany.snyderfamilyco@gmail.com, I would LOVE to chat with you!


Have the best weekend friends! I'm happy to report we have a few things in our schedule for this weekend and we are looking forward to a weekend FREE of germs!! Be sure to share some of your favorites from the week with me, I would love to know what your go-to snack is!

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3 Things: January 2019

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Sharing "3 Things" about my "3 Little Ladies" 

Pajamas (Carters) / Entry Way Table (Bought at Target, cheaper via Walmart)

Avery: 5 years old

1. Our big 5 year old girl is really becoming more and more independent each day! She likes to lay her clothes out for school the night before, literally spreading out her top, pants, socks, headwear on the ground, steps back to admire her work and says, "I'm going to look so cute tomorrow." I sure do appreciate her confidence and independence!
2. She loves to bake and really is the best little helper in the kitchen. With all of the holiday baking we did last month, she now wants to make something everyday. I'm always surprised to see how much of it she's really able to do on her own, she loves measuring out all of the dry ingredients and is getting really good at it.
3. Girlfriend is STILL talk about how much she misses our elf on the shelf, Poppy Styles. If Poppy Styles (our elf) had a fan club, Avery would be the president. She was so eager to find the elf each morning, that she was waking up as early as 5:00! After a few (ahem) gentle reminders that she needs to stay in her room until her clock turns green, you better believe she was at the top of the stairs at 6:30 on the dot ready to find her beloved Poppy Styles.

Princess Nightgown (Target) / Real As Can Be Baby (Target

Emerson: 3 years old

1. Emmy is princess obsessed, she is always wearing a princess costume or nightgown over her clothes. You want to be Belle at school, you go girl! I know this is a short lived phase and I decided it's not harming anyone and it sure does make a lot of people smile.
2. Speaking of having an opinion about what she wears, Emmy has two pairs of shoes that she wears, her purple sparkly rain boots and her purple sparkly furry boots, see a pattern?
3. "Mommy does it" and "Uppy Mommy" are her two favorite phrases right now. Girlfriend is my little shadow, she loves to come upstairs with me when I'm getting ready and is very busy washing her face, washing her hands, putting on lipstick and proudly states "ready for the day!" when she is all done.

Pajamas (Carters) / "Boppy" aka Pacifier (Target

Isla: 11 months old

1. Isla wants to keep up with her big sisters so badly, she is cruising on all of our furniture and is even standing all by herself for a few seconds at a time. I have a feeling she will be walking ANY day now!
2. Girlfriend loves to help with the dishwasher, when she sees us open up the dishwasher she makes a mad dash over to help. She loves to grab out all of the silverware and bottle parts from the bottom rack and is not very happy if you politely tell her you don't need her assistance.
3. Our poor baby reached a milestone we weren't looking forward to this month, her first time being sick! It was SO hard to see her not her usually, smiley self, it really just broke our hearts. We are so very happy that she seems to be on the mend and are so thankful to our friends/family who really stepped up to help us out in such a scary time. I'm just PRAYING we got our "sickys" out early this year!

Little Ladies Valentine's Day Looks

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

It's no secret that the Snyder girls LOVE to dress according to the holiday! We especially love holiday p.j.'s and recently my girls have really loved to collect ALL the holiday jewels. I thought it would be fun to round up a few different Valentine's Day inspired outfits for girls, toddlers and babies! I can hardly believe that I can shop in ALL three girl sections at any given store.

First up, your older little ladies! Avery is actually wearing this exact outfit to school today, however she accessorizes herself and lives by the motto "more is more." She also prefers to wear nightgowns and I think these heart nightgowns are just about the cutest thing ever.

Next, we can't forgot those sweet little toddlers, our most precious Valentine's of all ;) Emerson is very into wearing dresses, so I knew this little swing dress from Target would be a win! Sweet girl also likes to wear nightgowns over her regular pajamas, so I know she will love the nightgowns as well! I really love the grey Old Navy nightgown with rainbow hearts and bonus, it's currently $10!

Finally, for the littlest love in our house! This will actually be Isla's second Valentine's Day, she was born on the eleventh of February, so I wasn't shopping for any of the "My First" type outfits this year. When I stumbled upon the Gymboree sweatsuit and the little Gap peplum sweater I just couldn't resist! Isla has SO many hand me downs, it's fun to get her a few new things now and again!

*Bonus! I've included some of our favorite Valentine's Day books, Scott and I typically get the girls a new book each year to add to the collection. Here are some of our favorites.

That wraps up today's blog post, if you would like to see more of our daily adventures, make sure you are following us on Instagram: @snyderfamilyco and make sure to follow my blog.

Have a wonderful day and happy Valentine's shopping for your love bugs!

Snyder Family Co.: Coffee Chat Series ft. Marjorie

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

I'm SO excited to start this new series on my blog: Coffee Chat! Right now I'm thinking I will feature one or two Moms each month to share a little bit of wisdom with us. One thing I have learned throughout my five years of Motherhood is to ASK questions, ASK for help and lean on the support of other Moms who are in the same season as you, or even a few years ahead. I have my "go-to" Moms that I ask ALL my questions too, it's so nice to gain perspective from Mom's who are a few steps ahead of me OR are right in the trenches of raising preschoolers/toddlers/babies too. 

If you are a stay at home Mom, working Mom, small business owning Mom, hopeful Mama or just an awesome lady and want to be featured in this series, email me at brittany.snyderfamilyco@gmail.com, I would love to virtually chat with you over more than likely, cold coffee!

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Now, let's get to the fun party, today, our chat is featuring my AMAZING friend, 
Marjorie Bottari! 

When I first thought of the idea for this series, I knew who my first Mama had to be, my previous work BFF/wife, Marjorie! She is someone that I have learned SO much from, both professionally while I was working as a teacher AND as a Mom. She is the most supportive, honest, genuine friend you could ever ask for and I am forever thankful that our paths crossed. 

Now, I could write a small novel about Marjorie and based on the interview below, my girlfriend of course did not give herself HALF the credit she deserves! She is one of the most determined women I know and is just an all around super women. She is the Mom to two adorable kiddos, see above photos and of course, takes pretty good care of her husband too ;) She is the jack of all trades, adjunct professor at a local university, works full-time for an education company AND runs her own skin care business, you know in all her "spare" time! Grab yourself a cup of coffee and have fun getting to know a Mama that I love so much!

  • Hey friend! Welcome to The Snyder Family blog, I'm so excited to have you and know that my new friends are going to love you just as much as I do! Before we get started with the good stuff, we want to know, what is your current Starbucks order? Because wouldn't it be even better if we could all just chat over coffee! **I actually don't even need Marjorie to answer this for herself, we have drank A LOT of coffee together, on a normal day Marjorie will take a venti, hot, black coffee with nothing added and on a "treat yo self" kind of day, she is going to order an iced salted caramel mocha and will slurp up every last bit of salt ;) 

  • Let's start with an introduction, tell us all about YOU! Hey! I am Marjorie Bottari, a former teacher and a busy mama of two (really three when you count my husband). I have an 8 year old son (yikes- feels so weird to say that) and a daughter that will be 5 in January. They keep me very busy! They are growing so fast that I try to soak in as much as I can- so they do really take up most of my time. When I DO have free time, I love finding a good book and will usually ignore everyone until I finish it. Reading for pleasure and for learning is a passion of mine. We also love to travel. We work hard to make sure our kids get to experience new places - and that we get to escape Chicago winters when we can! I love baking. I like to think I am pretty good at it - although I still need a recipe to guide me. And Target. Can that be considered a hobby? Target is definitely a hobby of mine!

  • Now that we know more about you, introduce us to your business! Rodan + Fields (R+F) is a skincare company started by the doctors that created Proactiv. They are Stanford trained dermatolgists and still practicing with their profession in California. They created R+F when they noticed people coming to see them for 4 main reasons- acne, uneven skin tone, sensitive skin or aging. They created our 4 main skincare regimens to address those areas of concern - Unblemish, Reverse, Soothe, and Redefine. R+F was originally sold in high end department stores. While R+F was extremely successful in those stores, The Doctors realized the way we shop is changing. They knew that word of mouth and online shopping was the new way to go. They pulled out of department stores and the rest is history.  You may see R+F a lot on your news feed - and that is why. The Doctors decided to share their success with everyday people like me. They continue to innovate the way they do business AND the products. In addition to our 4 main regimens, we have amazing products like Lash Boost, Active Hydration and Dermacosmetics- cosmetics that actually HELP your skin!  The products are truly amazing and I love getting see people feel good in their own skin. R+F gives people the best skin of their life without needing to visit a dermatologist appointment. 

  • What inspired you to start your business? I never dreamed of having my own business- but I finally started listening to the opportunity when I saw my friend's success and kept feeling the desire/pull for something more. I just wasn't quite satisfied with the way my work/life balances was turning out. I knew I loved the products- I was a happy customer. I was so tired of the time I was spending away from my family while still struggling to pay bills- specifically my good ol' student loans. I wanted more time freedom. I wanted to be able to drop off and pick up my kids from school, volunteer as a class helper, travel at off peak times, not be stressed about who was taking the day off of work when one of the kids was sick and so much more. I was tired of being tired. I realized that social media and technology is changing the way we work. It is giving us the opportunity to work from anywhere. It was SO scary...but when I realized my biggest hurdle was really just getting over the fear of people's opinions - I jumped in. The rest is actually quite easy and super doable.

  • What advice would you give to a mom who is thinking about starting her own business? Jump in! Obviously you need a plan and it depends on the type of business you want to start - but you CAN do it! Don't let other people's opinions control your dreams. Great things happen outside of your comfort zone-  if you want something different, you have to do something different.

  • If you had to highlight a few of your favorite products, what would they be? This is SO hard. I feel like I say every product is my favorite product! First- I love the regimens. They are the foundation of R+F and take care of every skin concern you might have. They are the core. From there I absolutely love Active Hydration - the science behind it is crazy and luckily I don't have to be an expert to explain it all. Basically, it hydrates your skin. Completely different than moisturizing. It dramatically improves the results of your regimens.  The texture and glow of your skin from using Active Hydration is amazing.  Lash Boost is one of our most popular products- probably because the results are so easy to see - longer, darker, fuller looking lashes in about 8 weeks. Amazing! And finally, our AMP it up system. Our MD Dermaroller and Intensive Night Renewing Serum. The roller tricks your skin into creating more collagen and the serum leaves your skin glowing and smooth. Our new Radiant Defense is also a new fave. Tinted moisturizer with SPF. Dermacosmetics- not cosmetics. It actually helps protect your skin and doesn't clog pores or irritate skin. I call it a real life filter...but again, I could go on and on! 

  • What is one piece of motherhood advice that you can share with us? Don't worry about other people's opinions! Just love your babies and do what works for you and your family! There is so much mom judging out there, it breaks my heart. Being a mama is hard work. Let us just support each other and recognize that it is OK to parent differently.

  • And to end things off with a little more fun, what are three things that are always in your purse or diaper bag? I always carry around kleenex, tampons (getting real) and my FAVORITE R + F Lip Serum, trust me, you need this!

Connect with Marjorie on Social Media, you can follow her on: 
Instagram: @Maggiemay0023
Facebook Page Link: Marjorie Smith Bottari
Twitter: @MarjorieBottari
Website Link: www.mbottari.myrandf.com

As a little thank you to Marjorie for joining us for coffee chats, I'll be giving away an adorable make-up bag and of course a gift card to the one and only, Starbizzy, as Marjorie lovingly refers to it! As a BONUS if you purchase any R + F item from Marjorie, I'll reimburse your shipping OR if you become one of her preferred customers, I'll cover your initial fee, just email me after you sign-up through Marjorie!

You can enter the giveaway by following me on Instagram (@snyderfamilyco) liking the post Coffee Chat ft. Marjorie and leaving a comment that you read this blog post, that's it! Good luck friends!

Linking Up With: A Little Bit of Everything / Fancy Ashley for Tuesday Talk! 

Our Weekend Wrap-Up: Sick Day edt.

Monday, January 14, 2019

WHAT a weekend, thankfully we got a few inches of snow in Chicago, which made the fact that I haven't left the house for longer then 15 min. since Thursday a little easier! All three of our little ladies were under the weather, so we were stuck at home, cuddling on the couch, playing endless rounds of every game we own and consistently giving teaspoons full of Tylenol and Motrin... we are all so ready for a fresh new week, with hopefully no more germs, #byefelicia.

Table (Target) / Chairs (Target) / Plate Trays (Target) / Dough (Heart Made Dough @ Etsy

Valentine's Day Chair Back (Pottery Barn Kids) / Yeti Rambler (Amazon) / LOL Water Bottle (Amazon

A fellow stay at home Mama that I went to college with started her own Play Dough business, Heart Made Dough! She posts the BEST ideas to go along with their dough on her Instagram page @heartmadedough. Recently, she posted about setting up an "invitation to play" and gave some examples of materials to set-out for your kiddos all ready to go when they wake-up! I grabbed two of our tray plates from Target and loaded them with snowflake noodles from Trader Joe's, beads, fettuccine noodles, a few polar animals and a big ball of dough! Mama's I was so impressed with my girls imaginations, Scott and I sat back and watched them play for at least an hour. They threw birthday parties for their animals, set-up little beds, Avery even made an obstacle course! It was so fun to see how they played with play dough in such a different way, just by giving them a few different materials to use while playing! 

Ballerina PJ's (Carters) / Calico Critter Town House (Amazon) / Calico Critter Cottage (Amazon

The girls also loved setting up a gigantic Calico Critter village, even their LOL dolls made a visit! I love listening to Emmy use her imagination when she plays with these toys, it is just pure sweetness. 

Desk (IKEA- Similar) / Desk Chair (IKEA- Similar) Book Shelves (Target) / Bunny Wall Mount (Target) / Valentine's Day Books (1, 2, 3)  Red Tins (Amazon) / Caboodle (Target) / Heart Garland (Etsy

My big girl decided she would like to organize her closet while her little sisters were napping, I'm not sure where she gets her love for organizing from (#me)!

Baby Walker (Amazon)

And this sweet girl was a little maniac with her walker! She can manipulate this thing, turning it exactly where she wants to go and is literally RUNNING, we like to refer to her as Granny Isla while she is walking. She would just walk, walk, walk all day long if we let her, but girlfriend was still a bit under the weather and needed to rest! Also, do you like her outfit? This is what happens when Daddy dresses you in the morning ;)

In the midst of Isla being SO sick, she learned how to clap and it sure was making the rest of us smile. The poor thing was clapping about everything, coughing (inset clap), taking medicine (insert clap), refusing to nap (insert clap), getting her nose wiped (insert clap). By Sunday, she was clearly feeling SO much better, we sure did miss her smiles and silly little personality, however, I still can't believe my little lady made it 11 months before picking up any illness from her big sisters or just the world around her. I am SO thankful that she seems to be feeling so much better!

Sleeping Bags (Crate & Kids)

And of course no sick day/snow day weekend would be complete with far more screen time and movies then we usually EVER watch (#realife)! But ladies and gentlemen, FOUR days of caring for sick littles and not leaving the house, means pure survival mode! I am SO lucky to have the best husband ever during tough moments in life, he is SO much stronger then I am when it comes to caring for our little ladies when they are sick and I very much appreciate and admire the way he cares for them, LOVE that man of mine.

Well, that wraps-up our weekend, I sure hope your weekend wasn't filled with as much Tylenol and kleenex as ours was, have a great week!

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Friday Favorites: Family Game Night Edt.

Friday, January 11, 2019

The post holiday germs have hit the Snyder home and let's just say Mama is tired! All three of our little ladies have been sick this week and yesterday is a day I would like to erase all together. A trip to the ER in an ambulance, three phone calls to the doctor and two visits to the doctor,  I guess you could say our day was emotionally exhausting!

Thank goodness for perspective when it comes to Motherhood, sitting in the emergency room, holding my sweet baby girl, I was thanking God that we would be going home and it was nothing more then a high fever. We are also forever thankful for doctors, modern medicine and of course... coffee. Yesterday was by far one of the hardest days of Motherhood yet, but I sure am thankful that tomorrow is a new day and hopefully a much less eventful one. Keep our sweet girls in your thoughts and prayers!

With all this being said, we are planning on staying in our p.j.'s, playing games, watching movies and cuddling up for a weekend full or rest and relaxation! I've rounded up some of our favorite games to play as a family.

Classic Games
1. Candyland: THE definition of classic game if you are playing with toddlers! I have also seen so many creative ways to alter the game to what you want your toddler to be learning about, search for different ideas on Pinterest! I have made a learning our letters version that was so easy and was a great way to add variation to one of our favorite games. 
2. Old Maid: I recently scooped up a version of Old Maid in the Target dollar section, it was one of my favorites growing up and the girls have been requesting to play it all the time!
3. Spot it! Jr.: My favorite game to carry around in our diaper bag, it comes in that small circular container and is perfect for long waits or wiggly friends at a restaurant table! 

Get the Wiggles Out Games
4. Don't Step In It: Ugh, the struggle is real with all the #poop related toys! However, Avery got this for her birthday and we were all laughing like crazy while playing. It would be a great game to play at a birthday party. I also just noticed there is a new version of this game, Don't Step In It Unicorn edition, it looks extra fun too!
5. Unicorn Magic Ring Toss: This is another game that Avery got for her birthday, I guess our friends know that we love games! It's also hilarious and we can't wait to play it with our whole family at our next birthday party. It's a unicorn/human version of ring toss, boys and girls will love playing this one. 

Educational Games
6. Zingo: Hands down the most played game in our home! Emerson, who just turned three is getting so great at this game. It's a unique version of bingo, that moves quickly and is so much fun, our whole family loves to play. 
7. Seek a Boo: I read about this on a blog years ago and it's my go-to 1st/2nd birthday gift! My girls LOVE to play this one and it could also move up to the "Get the Wiggles Out" category. As the caller, you call out a picture card and your little friends have to jump to that spot. 
8. The Sneaky, Sneaky, Squirrel Game: Another game that was gifted to us that the girls love! This game encourages the players to learn their colors and has an awesome hand-eye coordination/fine motor aspect to it as well.

Happy Friday friends, I hope you enjoy time with your family, I know we are going to be deep cleaning our house and praying the germs find their way out! Make sure to leave your favorite game in my comments, I would love to add a new game or two to our collection.

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Let's Look at... Snyder Family Co. Family Room

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Sectional (Macy's) / Ottoman (Macy's) / Wall Vase (Magnolia & Similar) / Mirror (HomeGoods-Similar) / Frames (IKEA- Similar)  Side Table (Target-Similar) / Lamp (Target) / Rug (Overstock) / Laptop Table (HomeGoods- Similar
Tray (HomeGoods- Similar) / Kid's Activity Table (Target) / Kid's Chairs (Target

Today I'm linking up with two blogs that I have read for a very, very long time! Mix & Match Mama, as well as, A Little Bit of Everything, today's link-up is about the coziest spot in our house, which for our family, is the family room. We spend majority of our time in the family room and over the summer bought this big sectional that we love! For style purposes, I would have preferred a really pretty coffee table, but reality is, this big ol' storage ottoman is functional and provides us with a lot of toy storage!

Decorating the rest of this room has been a slow, but fun process! I love finding things to fill the room little by little, I bought the vases on the wall at Magnolia during a girls trip with my Mom, I love decorating with items that have such a fun and special memory attached to them!

Blanket Ladder (World Market) / White Basket (Target) / White & Natural Basket (HomeGoods)

The girls love getting all snuggled up on the couch and each have their favorite blankets they like to cuddle with, the blanket ladder is a pretty and functional way to keep all our soft blankets organized. 

Family Name Pillow (Etsy) / Monogram Mug (Anthropologie

The corner of the couch is our favorite place to cuddle up, it's funny how each of us claimed our couch "spots!" We love to watch movies, eat popcorn and spend a lot of lazy Friday nights in this very spot.

Lamp (HomeGoods- Similar) / Storage Chest (HomeGoods- Similar) / Tray (Target- Similar
 Letter Board (Letter Folk & Similar)

The Letter Folk letter board was another purchase I made while visiting Magnolia, my girls love to help me change out the letters and it makes for such a fun little touch in this room! As I mentioned, we spend majority of our time in here, as a stay at home Mom, I like to refer to this room as my "office." I knew we needed a lot of toy storage to keep things as organized as possible, I found this piece at HomeGoods and it stores a lot of our craft supplies, toys and diapers and wipes too.

A little Mom tip, I often rotate toys throughout the rooms in our house. Majority of our toys are in the basement and craft supplies in an upstairs closet, but I bring up different toys/craft supplies now and again to keep things fresh for the girls.

Storage Bins (Target

I store majority of Isla's toys in these soft baskets, making it easy for her to pull things out. In fact, her favorite game to play is, "pull everything out of the baskets and crawl away," ha!

Play Mags (Amazon) / Macaron Match Game (Amazon) / Minnie Mouse Cars (Amazon
Poke-a-Dot Book (Amazon) / Wood Puzzles (Amazon)

This gigantic storage ottoman is also a saving grace for toy storage! We can fit a ton of our favorite toys in here, it's easy to pile everything in and when it's time to clean up, with a quick shut of the top, everything is hidden and out of view! Again, not the most beautiful piece of furniture we will ever own, but it's definitely the most functional. I have also loved having the section/ottoman while Isla has been in the "cruising furniture" phase, I don't have to worry about her bumping her sweet little face. 

So, friends, this is the coziest spot in our house and definitely the MOST clean you will ever see this room! If you want to see what this room actually looks like on a daily basis, come follow along with our daily adventures on Instagram: @snyderfamilyco

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I've also decided to link up with a new blog I found, Lindsay at Lindsay's Sweet World, have fun browsing everyone's favorite blog post from this week!