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- I am a devoted wife, mother of three great kids and, most importantly, a follower of Jesus Christ. I love long summer days, photography and stealing quiet moments for writing.
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Monthly Archives: July 2015
*This post contains affiliate links to books we love. What do our favorite books all have in common this month? They’re all children’s books. Yes, even my husband made his choice from the children’s bookshelf this July! Hunter (Daddy) loves Fairy … Continue reading
Are you stressed out about preparing, updating, and sending out your homeschooler’s high school transcript? Are you concerned your computer will crash, and you’ll lose everything? Worry no more! Try Fast Transcripts available through the Homeschool Legal Defense Association store. … Continue reading
My princess is turning six this week. It’s been a joy to watch her grow and change. As we raise her, we are striving diligently to cultivate growth in a variety of areas including spiritual, physical, emotional, academic, domestic/future-homemaking, athletic, family … Continue reading
**This post contains affiliate links to books we love. Anticipation was building, building, building. My kids were reading, reading, reading. Finally, the day arrived. We headed over to Family Christian Stores and picked up our cool, summer reading program prizes. I … Continue reading
“All You Need Is Love.” Definitely a favorite song of mine! While The Beatles came up with a timeless tune, they certainly did not invent the love-is-sufficient concept. In Matthew 22 Jesus clearly articulates the first and second greatest commandments: … Continue reading
“Mommy, teach me to needle and thread!” My almost-six-year-old daughter has been begging me to teach her to sew for months now. I do not sew (much). I am not (very) crafty either. Until this week, I have been coming … Continue reading
What do you mean get rid of Chapter 4? I glanced at a survey one of my book reviewers had just turned in. Surely there must be some mistake! Who would want to eliminate a whole chapter of my … Continue reading
I was horrified when I saw what my son was reading! Want to know what I did? I shoved the book back into the library bag. “Don’t read that.” It’s one phrase I dread saying. I don’t derive any … Continue reading
Pool, pool, pool.Play, play, play. Relax, relax, relax. It’s easy for me to let my kids’ summer activities get a little hollow and “me” centered. Following Jesus’ own example, we want to use our summer as … Continue reading