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Fruit of the Spirit Christmas Ornaments

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Are you looking for a little instant ease when it comes to kids home for summer vacation? I totally get you. Check out the Summer Survival Guide . It’s chock-full of great ideas to organize your summer and enjoy great times with yours kids.Create these fun and whimsical homespun Christmas ornaments for the tree. They’re […]

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An (Unusual) Book Gift Guide for Kids

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This fall reading finally “clicked” for my fifth child. As a homeschool mom, this feels like a huge relief. The experiment is working! Reaching the stage of reading independently is a huge milestone for every child, every person. Literacy is the key to understanding so much about our world. While we have our fair share […]

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Christmas Planning Resources

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If you’re in the Christmas mood, or want to be, run, don’t walk, and grab your copy of this Christmas Planning ebook bundle. Get five books for $7.40, including my holiday planning book, A Simpler Season. The sale will last for just 24 hours. BUY NOW

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Make a Monkey Munch Gift Jar

Monkey Munch Gift Jar - Make a sweet (and allergen-friendly) gift of trail mix with this Monkey Munch Gift Jar

Make a sweet (and allergen-friendly) gift of trail mix with this Monkey Munch Gift Jar from Life as MOM contributor Janel. Kids love fun looking jars…and they love this recipe for Nut-Free Monkey Munch Trail Mix. Because the mix is free of nuts and can be free of gluten and dairy (depending on how you […]

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Weekly Meal Plan to Print & Cook #31

Weekly Meal Plan to Print and Cook #31 | Life as MOM

Looking for some easy meals you can whip up this week? We’ve gotcha covered with BBQ beef sandwiches, beef taquitos, beans & rice, chicken noodle soup, and potstickers with dipping sauce. December is upon us! I’m not quite sure how that happened. Seems like December was just here. Regardless, it’s here again. In our neighborhood […]

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Life is Good.

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Are the troubles of this world really as bad as we think they are? Is too Pollyanna to think otherwise? A few weeks ago I found myself getting a little introspective. FishBoy13’s birthday always does that to me. For those who don’t know, he’s the baby we prayed and hoped and cried over. He was […]

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The Weekly Ramble

girls with cucumbers on their eyes

These people crack me up. This is what the girls did earlier in the week after I sliced up a bunch of cucumbers. They ended up eating them afterward so how can I complain? The week went really well. Somehow I was able to catch up on a bunch of writing projects last weekend so […]

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Wrapping Paper That Kids Can Decorate Themselves

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As the gift-giving and gift-wrapping season approaches, let your kids customize your wrapping paper for a fun and crafty presentation. About 20 years ago as I was finishing college, I lived with a family from my church. Kathy had three boys and modeled all kinds of great characteristics for me, frugality being one of them. […]

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