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Emily Loeffelman

Lifestyle Blogger

Mom to 1

North Dakota

Emily is a Midwest native currently residing in North Dakota with her husband who is active duty in the United States Marine Corps and their sweet boy Asher Jude. She currently is a stay at home mama due to her husbands busy military schedule. She enjoys crafting, shopping, and of course blogging on her personal blog Everything Emily. Emily's little guy is the light of her life and she loves sharing tips, tricks, and life experiences with other mamas.

Instagram: @emilyloeffelman

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Real Mom Talk: Homemade Orange Berry Yogurt Popsicles
June 23, 2014 7:44 pm | by

Homemade popsicles are on of my favorite things to make during the warm summer months. They are perfect for cooling off, yummy to eat, and a great way to get fruits and veggies into your littles one’s diet. We are avid homemade popsicle eaters around here, and today, I’m sharing our latest frozen popsicle recipe that we like to call Orange Berry Yogurt Pops. These pops are a great source of vitamins and antioxidants. You can find popsicle molds at almost any grocery store and online.  Ingredients: (This recipe makes about 6-8 popsicles)  1/2 c. Fresh or frozen blueberries 6 Whole

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Real Mom Talk: Memorial Day
May 20, 2014 11:59 am | by

Memorial Day is a holiday in which we reflect upon those who have served for our country, especially those who have gave their lives for our freedom. With my husband being active duty in the United States Marine Corps, this holiday holds a special place in my heart.  Here in the states, we tend to forget the actual meaning of this holiday. It’s fun to have a day off work to jump start the summer festivities, but it’s also important to reflect upon this holiday and celebrate the true meaning behind it. I’m sharing with you a few fun memorial

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Real Mom Talk: Cloth Diaper Musts
April 20, 2014 3:04 pm | by

When I started cloth diapering I wasn’t very educated on everything that I would need or the things that would make cloth diapering a little easier to do. I basically started out with diapers, inserts, and a detergent a friend recommended that I buy. Since then I’ve invested in a few cloth diapering accessories that I love and are super handy to have on hand. Here are a few of my favorites! You can find most of these at!  Diaper Sprayer: A diaper sprayer is a must when it comes to using cloth. It is easy to use and

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Real Mom Talk: Breaking Habits
March 4, 2014 1:34 pm | by

I’ve been pretty fortunate when it comes to habits with my sixteen month old. He’s never shown much interest in a pacifier, graduated from a bottle to a sippy cup like a champ, and has never slept with a stuffed animal or security blanket… With that being said, the hardest habit we have had to break with Asher, would be getting him to sleep in his own bed…  Asher slept in a co sleeper in our room until he was about 8 months old. I postponed transitioning him to his crib because my husband, who is in the military, was

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Real Mom Talk: DIY Valentine’s Day Leggings
February 4, 2014 9:40 am | by

Valentine’s Day is such a fun holiday and I have a DIY that’s stylish and fun. For this DIY I choose a pair of pants for the article of clothing, but you can use a tee, onesie, ect.  What you will need: Leggings Fabric of your choice Heat ‘n Bond or Iron-on Hem Tape (You can find this at any craft store and Walmart) Pencil Paper Scissors  Pins  Iron How to: 1. Using the paper, trace and cut out a heart to your desired size. 2. Pin paper heart to fabric and cut out your fabric hearts.  3. Cut small

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Real Mom Talk: Cold Weather Essentials
January 13, 2014 7:32 pm | by

Winter is in full swing and the cold weather is here to stay!  Stay prepared when temperatures are low with some of my favorite cold weather essentials. Each of the items below will keep your baby safe and warm during the cooler months, and you can find everything you need at Cotton Babies.   1. Moby Knot Hat: Keep your babe warm and stylish with this Moby Knot Hat.. Made from soft cotton (100%). 2. Nose Frida: The NoseFrida nasal aspirator is great to have on hand for those yucky winter colds. Highly recommended by pediatricians and moms! 3. Zutano Cozie

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Handmade Holiday Crafts: Salt Dough Ornaments
December 10, 2013 6:02 pm | by

The holidays are by far my favorite time of year. I love all the baking, crafting, and gathering that it brings. With the holidays, there’s gifts. And what better way to show your appreciation for someone you love than with something handmade. DIY Salt Dough Ornaments are not only a perfect keepsake, but a great little present.  As always, if you don’t have the time to create a unique gift at home, a Cotton Babies gift certificate is a thoughtful solution. Here’s What You Will Need: 4c. All-Purpose Flour 1c. Salt 1 1/2c. Warm Water (gradually added, as needed) Directions: – Preheat oven to

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