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Here are my small successes for the week:

1. The "Great Room Change" is pretty much complete. All rooms are in order, baby A is already sleeping more (just not at night ;-) ), and most seem to be happy with the new arrangements. I still need to move the closets, but this is about what I have done, not what I still need to do, right?

2. I got the Review and Giveaway up for the My Mass Kit. Please go and leave a comment to try to win it!

3. I have been fairly successful at having the house clean for when my hubby gets home. I like to have the house in order when he gets home from work. I heard that in a talk once and thought it was a good idea. This week, with changing the rooms and going to the pool, it has been hard, but I have done it.

What are your small successes, share them at Faith and Family, Live!

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  1. What amazing work, and the Wee Believer set...AWESOME! Thanks for a great list this week!!!

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  2. I love number 3! Good idea. Glad you had a good week!

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  3. I too like to have my house clean for when my husband comes home. It really helps. Great job with your successes this week. Thank you for sharing them. God bless!

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  4. The Wee Believer mass kit looks great (a possible Christmas present for my one and only Godson!). Unfortunately I don't qualify for winning it (Up here in Canadaland). Darn....

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