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1  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Baby Showers And Gifts For New Babies / Baby wrap/Lullawrap question? on: October 12, 2005 09:45:09 AM
So I am trying to come up with this baby bunting blanket idea that I have in my head that I want to make for some friends who just adopted a newborn baby boy. Someone asked about baby sleeping bags in this forum and I saw the link to the Lullawrap. I went to the site and the instructions for use are: fold, tuck, secure. My question is how do you secure? I don't see how they secure this blanket. Anyone have one  of these and can enlighten me? Huh Here's a link to the item in question: http://store.yahoo.com/cloudb/lullawrap1.html
Thanks!
Laurie
2  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Discussion and Questions / Recycling your fruits and veggies? Is it possible? on: May 27, 2005 01:49:54 PM
Okay, so I was thinking (yeah...probably dangerous!) that I would love to get a container garden going, but at the moment I'm horribly broke. So here I am at work plotting attempting something weird. We all know how to plant an avocado if we are so inclined. Apple seeds work just swell under the right conditions.
Soooo....what edibles can I buy from my produce section, eat, and plant the seeds? If this is possible, how would I go about doing it? canned tomatoes have seeds. There are poppy seeds in my spice rack, edamame in the freezer...could any of this be planted? What about strawberries? If I scraped off the seeds, could they be planted? Does anyone know where to look for information? I've looked, but I haven't come across anything. Huh
~Laurie
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