One of the everyday needs, but most important is childcare. When mom and/or dad are unable to spend the time they need to with their children, they want to make sure that they are well cared for, while they are away. Our daughters were at the age where they would have been fine to leave… Continue reading Bless a Burdened Family with Childcare
These are words that God poured out of me yesterday, after chatting with friends on Facebook about how important safety is in finding a home. In that conversation, a friend also pointed me to Flower Patch Farmgirl, who “just happened” to write this amazing post about contentment that same day and it really grabbed my heart too.… Continue reading Safe
Abigail was turning five and we needed to make a decision about school for Kindergarten. I had already decided homeschooling was not for me, so we had to find another option. We looked at the christian school but the tuition was just too much for our little budget to handle. We then ventured into the… Continue reading How we started homeschooling : Part 2
You’ve met all our kids, now meet my husband, Jonathan. Jonathan and I have been married almost 14 years, and known each other almost 15 years. He’s a geek, seriously. He loves all things Apple, in fact I think he’s on a first name basis with half of the employees at the local Apple store,… Continue reading Meet the Mr.
I am raising my daughters to be homemakers. Whether they get married or not, they will have a home to take care of. I want to equip them while their young and as they grow how to keep a home. One of the ways that I have done that is to make my daughters a… Continue reading A Homemaking Journal for your Daughter
It was my daughter Lydia’s birthday last month and it was also my birthday, on the same day. Since we share a birthday, we often just focus on my daughter and make her feel special. Twenty-five years of having the birthday all to myself was plenty. This year we were going to be gone at… Continue reading My Favorite Birthday Gift This Year
When I was thinking about how I could be intentional in teaching my children about God this year, this book immediately came to mind. I have never really learned about God’s Names, so I knew it would be a good resource for both my children and me. Who wrote it? It was written by Sally… Continue reading God’s Names Book Giveaway