Adopting a letter for a week is a super easy way to teach the alphabet along with all it’s sounds. Here are a few of our favorite resources to teach these concepts. Read More
I have lost the wonder of checking the mail. Too many bills, fliers, and coupons to local pizza joints have clouded the thrill. It’s not to say all is lost, because the quiet walk across the driveway is truly quite refreshing. ?
I’m a nap-time blogger, which means I cram as much work into my power hour as I possibly can, and when the first rosy-cheeked, disheveled-haired kid walks into the room I close my laptop for the day.
I recently started to notice strange behavior in my husband. Nothing major, just little things out of the ordinary that have made me raise my left brow and run a gamut of hypotheses.
Garage sale season is upon us and if you are a thrifty mom, now might be the best time to take advantage of the sales while meeting some of your family’s basic needs. Read More
Yesterday, I had a load of laundry that needed folded and all three of my children were trying to climb into the basket as I was trying to pull stuff out of the basket. I sat them down on the couch next to me and gave them my phone so they would watch a ten minute Bible story while I frantically folded clothes. Enter the Parent Cue App! 🙂 Read More
Happy National Sibling’s Day! I love learning about other people’s families…what they look like, how they function, and all the juicy details of their particular unit.
I met a lovely Korean lady a while back who shared that she came from a large family with eleven kids. Her eyes twinkled as she spoke fondly of her upbringing. She told of how her culture, during the time of her childhood, favored sons over daughters, primarily because they were the bread-winners. Her parents kept trying for boys but kept getting girls… Read More