Today I’m over at MomLifeToday, sharing about the idea of serving our children without sighing. From the post, As a mom of young children, I can find myself sighing. Too often, actually. The cries for “more milk,” “Help me,” and “Read to me,” can seem endless. And, all too often, I sigh because I’m being […]
It’s amazing to me that we started booking it ten months ago. Where did the year go? I hope that you’ve found some good reads thanks to this virtual book club. I know we have. Thanks to Carrie, our family enjoyed The Search for Delicious, a book I had never even heard of. The kids […]
Photo Source: Pdam2 And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work. — 2 Corinthians 9:8
Photo Source: Magnus D Thank you to everyone who completed my survey from a few weeks ago. It was very enlightening to read what you like, what you want, what you could live without. Dessert, especially chocolate, was a keeper. See how much we have in common? Some of your questions made me laugh — […]
We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. — Winston Churchill As a mom, you have such opportunity, such privilege to help make a life. Yes, it’s sometimes a challenging and thankless job, but it is so worth it. Hang in there, today.
Photo Source: conspirator While I grew up attending public school and my parents were both public school teachers, FishPapa and I have chosen a different route. So, I’m so thankful for my friend and LifeasMOM contributor, JessieLeigh, to provide helpful information for those of you who are anticipating Parent-Teacher conferences in the coming weeks. :: […]
Photo source: Mike Baird FishPapa and I have been trying to get back into shape. We’ve fallen off the wagon, so to speak.So, time to reevaluate our goals and our eating habits. My baby fat is now my own to claim. The baby is two. We’re trying to eat better and get a little more […]
FishBaby is now no longer a baby. At two years of age, she is walking and talking and getting into all sorts of trouble. But, I well remember the joys and trials of bringing home a new little one. The last two years have flown by! Today Lauren shares with us some suggestions for accepting […]