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Hello! I am an affiliate for several places and I have affiliate links in my blog posts. I do this in order to support this blog and my growing family. The affiliate links and the advertisements in the sidebar do not cost you any more money when you click on them. They just send a little commission my way when you do purchase something. I only advertise for companies I believe in and have purchased from. Please shop through these links to help our family out and continue our homestead! Thanks!

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