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Hope this video motivates you to get moving on your household chores♥️if you need more motivation click on some of the videos down below or check out my cleaning playlist!!
Thanks for checking us out! I’m Meredith, my husband is Mike, & we have 4 girl’s:
Marisa (15), Scarlet (8), Isla (7), Juliette 22 months, and our darling cat Malibu. We hope to inspire you, encourage you, and 🤞🏻make you laugh with our videos. We hope to have something for everyone: mama & kid life, crafting, cooking, my 📖 writing experiences, homeschooling, cleaning, and shopping.
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Check out our other videos:
Unboxing | Sarah’s Silks: https://youtu.be/Dt7HvIB-2-Q
Parents on Halloween | Homage to John Crist:
Halloween 2018: https://youtu.be/xTEVQU5nBKw
Isla’s surprise 7th bday party: https://youtu.be/Fkp-ikOfW8E
Birthday at the beach: https://youtu.be/qR9_CtZwdik
Girl bday gifts haul: https://youtu.be/zej1cmsP5e8
Hauls | Walmart | Amazon: https://youtu.be/Ico_kC9qp_o
Favorite Halloween Book Picks:
Pumpkin Treat Bag Craft | Homeschool update
Northern Cali RV trip Lake Camanche
Family Approved Halloween Movies:
Day in the life | Homeschooled | 2nd grader:
Day In The Life: softball, cheer, nose piercing typical Saturday right😂 https://youtu.be/icxxyvjKg3Q
Isla makes ear blood/nose snot candy | GROSS
OUR FIRST RV TRIP:
Organize the playroom: https://youtu.be/LEvH6ZvUrLM
My favorite fall movies&shows: https://youtu.be/5lGxUJQnVkA
Scarlet’s EPIC 8th Birthday:
RV Haul NEWBIE ESSENTIALS: https://youtu.be/3bDCu16BzrA
THE GREATEST THROWBACK 1980s:
Mom makeover!! Dead tooth edition:
CLEAN W/Me TRIVIA: https://youtu.be/EC1KF2kH5g4
Clean With Me Motivational Quotes:
Organize the kids clothes w/me: https://youtu.be/tc_XFVy6Y-4
Super Speed cleaning videos!!:
MOST RELAXING SUPER SPEED CLEAN:
MOST ZEN clean w/me: https://youtu.be/J5lVWjBGskA
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