Make homemade window clings with two simple household ingredients: white school glue and food coloring. Looking for an oh-so simple craft and decoration project to do with your kids? Well, this is it! Make homemade window clings. When my sister told me about this, saying something about how our mom used to do it when […]
photo source: Alex M Photography and scrapbooking have come a long way over the years. Since the digital camera came on the scene, photography has become easier and cheaper. Most folks have a “camera” on them at all times in the form of a cell photo. Looking to improve your photography and start recording your […]
Kids love it when adults get silly with them. What’s sillier than an indoor snowball fight? Your kids will LOVE an indoor snowball fight — especially when you join in on the fun. Learn how to make these inexpensive “snowballs” in this tutorial from Life as MOM Contributor Janel. All Photos: Janel Piersma A couple […]
Back in August, the FishBoys and FishPapa went to see the Spiderman movie. It had almost as big an impact as The Avengers did. I guess I should say moreso, since I have two Spideys in the family. One even sleeps in his super suit! Shortly after seeing the film, FishBoy8 asked if we could […]
Spend an hour in a bookstore with your kids and let them explore. It’ll be so fun! Earlier in the month, I took my four younger children, the 10 and under set, to Barnes and Noble. The mission: to witness my book on the shelves. What I didn’t realize was what a fun experience it […]
Got lots of old school photos sitting in boxes? Contributing writer, Alex Maldonado, shares his experience in scanning the family photo library.
Two years ago FishPapa and I were strolling through Barnes and Noble on date night. I lingered in the cookbook section. And prayed. Seems a silly place to pray. But you see, I had written a cookbook proposal in the month previous and my agent was actively submitting it to publishers. I asked God to […]
Make those last waking moments a special time between parents and kids. At our house bedtimes have taken shape differently over the years. In the beginning all our little boys were in one room, until we had four twin beds lined up in rows. I made the rounds to kiss everyone goodnight and talk to […]