Monthly Archives: May 2010
We love tortillas around here. We use them for fajitas, sweet potato bean burritos, hummus wraps, enchiladas… Today I was making homemade tortillas in bulk in order to freeze several. I was also making sweet potato bean burritos to … Continue reading
Every mom understands the value of wipes in the diaper department. They are an absolute necessity! Whether you use cloth diapers or disposables, you need them. But who likes to pay for them?
Here is a great, short post titled “Should You Drink Coffee?” that adds more helpful thoughts on the topic of coffee and caffeine. If you have time, read the comments after the post. Very interesting!
I love having Scripture on my walls. It’s been a habit since I became a believer in high school to decorate a room by writing out Scripture verses as decoration on pretty paper or in some decorative manner that I … Continue reading
Having Blane home during the day for a little while has been so nice in many ways. We have had more opportunities to do things as a family, both fun and just for the sake of togetherness. To make our … Continue reading
I read an excellent article yesterday entitled, “Joyful Parenting”. It was just what I needed. You see, I struggle with joy in my parenting. Lately especially, I have been very aware of my lack of joy. I find myself easily … Continue reading
There is something both pleasing to the taste and comforting about sipping a hot cup of coffee in the morning for most people. I personally enjoy something warm to drink as I sit down to read my Bible in the … Continue reading
Here’s a cute video dedicated to moms. They say we don’t get paid, but we do and will, right? Eternally certainly, and even now, the Lord blesses us with sweet rewards we experience in the joy of our children’s lives. … Continue reading
As if we needed anymore evidence that high fructose corn syrup is bad for our health, yet another study has been made public, this time with new information. Recent research has found that the product could contain mercury. Environmental health … Continue reading