Monthly Archives: August 2010
Life has been busy around our house. Brant just turned one, Tara will be 3 in a week and we’ll be out of town this weekend. In addition, my kitchen is being partially renovated this week (ahh, the beauty or … Continue reading
Are you having a rough day? Maybe the kids are a bit on edge? Take a break and watch the following video. I promise you’ll at least get a good chuckle.
Do you ever have days when you are teary? You know, those days when it doesn’t take much before your vision is blurred or your nose is just dripping as you do the dishes? Today has been one of those … Continue reading
This has been a busy yet productive week on the home front with freezer meals done, preschool planning begun, and some massive homemade tents “made” which are currently taking up the entire family room. It’s all about priorities, right?! … Continue reading
I’m excited to share with you what I believe to be excellent preschool curriculum. If you’ve noticed on the left sidebar of my blog, there is an ad for “Learn Your Letters, Learn to Serve.” Laura Coppinger, who blogs over … Continue reading
Among the many roles a mother has, that of a teacher is hugely important, but often overlooked. But, what will we teach our children? Ms. Clarkson offers insightful direction as to what the teaching mother ought to teach her children.
This week in our study, we’ll touch on the heart of our roles as mothers: to disciple our children. The verse at the first of the chapter, serving as inspiration for this aspect of our role is from Proverbs 4:7, … Continue reading
Tara and I are so excited to spend time today with some friends we lived next to during out time in the army. Blane is off today, too, so it’s just a happy day around here! As usual, I have … Continue reading
You know, my list of things to blog about just keeps growing. I guess that’s a good thing for this newby. I wanted to share this awesome, encouraging, helpful, convicting (and any other superlative that would be a synonym … Continue reading
Are you up to your ears in zucchini from your garden or CSA? I am. Take a look at exhibit A. Um, that is only *half* of the zucchini. This monstrous mutation of a zucchini and squash grew in our … Continue reading