4 Helpful Freezer Cooking Cookbooks

I love me a good cookbook. Last time I checked I had three shelves full of them. And counting…. I think it’s time to purge.   Or not. I could spend hours in a book store, especially if it’s the cookbook section. It’s a family obsession really. Even FishBoy5′s eyes light up at the sight […]

Frugal Friday: Planning for Christmas on a Budget

Yes, I know, it’s not even Thanksgiving yet. I know. I cringed, too, when I saw the Walmart staff frantically stocking Christmas items on October 31st. The rush is on. Retailers are all too eager to grab hold of your hard-earned cash. But, if you aren’t already planning for Christmas, you will pay too much because […]

Once a Month Cooking Family Favorites – A Review

Years ago, like six kids ago, I heard a program on Focus on the Family about these two ladies who did all their cooking for the month in just a few days. I was dumb-founded. I was a high school teacher at the time and though I loved to cook, I knew that my minutes […]

Review of A Sane Woman’s Guide to Raising a Large Family

So many blogs, so little time. The internet is just filled with all sorts of great stuff! I could spend days reading all there is out there about home and family management and life as MOM and probably never exhaust it all. Not everything you read, though is that great. So, when you find a […]

The Wingfeather Saga: Books You Can’t Put Down!

It’s been a long time since I read a book that kept me up late at night reading and that kept me up even later, contemplating the storyline while lying in bed in the dark. Over the last few weeks my boys and I have been reading through the first two books in the Wingfeather […]

Book It! SisterChicks in Wooden Shoes

Read any good books lately? A couple years ago I stumbled upon a book at the library called SisterChicks on the Loose! by Robin Jones Gunn. It was first in a series of books about “SisterChicks”. What’s that? A sisterchick is “a friend who shares the deepest wonders of your heart, loves you like a […]

Find a Good Read!

I’m so looking forward to our change of pace this summer. While learning never truly ends, I’m eager to put aside the math and spelling texts in exchange for more free reading, family field trips, and lazy days at the park. Last week one of the kids brought a book along to our bday picnic. […]

Book It! WomenHeart’s All Heart Family Cookbook

I love a good cookbook. Over the years I have collected quite a few. (You know me, the glutton? Of course I’ve collected quite a few!) Anyway, I also like books that teach you something. These are books that aren’t just a conglomeration of recipes, but that also impart knowledge that can transfer to your […]