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Homesteading Books for Beginners Recommendations l Homestead Lady (.com)

Homesteading Books: Beginning Basics

Homesteading Books for Beginners Recommendations l Homestead Lady (.com)Ready to start homesteading but don’t know where to begin?  Are you a city kid like me and have to learn all your homesteading skills from scratch?  I am genuinely excited to share these homesteading titles with you as you begin your journey towards self-sufficiency.  Books are among my greatest, most effective homestead mentors.  Even after homesteading for a number of years, I’m still collecting great books. Continue reading “Homesteading Books: Beginning Basics”

Christmas quilts - an easy service project for kids l No sewing, simple baby quilt l Homestead Lady (.com)

Christmas Quilts – An Easy Service Project for Kids

Christmas quilts - an easy service project for kids l No sewing, simple baby quilt l Homestead Lady (.com)Are you looking for a family friendly service project that will really make a difference to a child in need?  These super easy Christmas quilts are a great way to involve the children in a creative service project that will make them smile. Continue reading “Christmas Quilts – An Easy Service Project for Kids”

Bug Out Bag List for Babies l Pack the essentials in your baby's 72 hour kit l Homestead Lady (.com)

Bug Out Bag List for Baby

Bug Out Bag List for Babies l Pack the essentials in your baby's 72 hour kit l Homestead Lady (.com)I’m hopeful all the adults out there have their own 72-hour-kits, but what about baby?  Here’s a list of the basic supplies you might want to include in your baby’s bug out bag.  There’s even a free printable at the end! Continue reading “Bug Out Bag List for Baby”

How to Host a Farm Tour for Kids l Rules, crafts, ideas l urban homestead friendly l Homestead Lady (.com)

How to host a farm tour for children

How to Host a Farm Tour for Kids l Rules, crafts, ideas l urban homestead friendly l Homestead Lady (.com)Being homeschoolers we have a lot of kids around here; five of our own and then a myriad of children roaming around with one school group or another.  It’s always amazing to me how children who visit are fascinated by the vegetable beds and the goats and the fruit trees and the chickens and, of course, the bees (they’re stinging insects, duh).  Interested in networking with the awesomest group of future homesteaders around?  Well, here’s how to host a farm tour for children! Continue reading “How to host a farm tour for children”