The holiday season is here and with that comes family and friends and gifts and food! Yes, lots and lots of food. Have you been to Trader Joe’s lately? We went the other day and everywhere I looked there were cute little packages of frosted gingerbread cookies, chocolate covered marshmallows, chocolate truffles, and don’t forget […]
well, more of a “see you later”. I won’t be posting much over the coming weeks. I want to make time to enjoy summer and work on that bucket/project list. I will pop in from time to time, but nothing on a regular basis. Take time to smell the flowers with your loved ones and […]
In our homeschool this week…not much, even though we aren’t technically “done” until next week, we’ve had other fun things to do that have pulled us from our seat work. I’m okay with that. Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…A friend shared this quote with me this week, “Substantive progress is measured in months […]
Sarah and her “bucket” – summer 2005 Summer 2012 Bucket List 1. Blueberry Picking 2. Beach/Dune Buggy Ride 3. Henry Ford/Greenfield Village 4. Night time swimming 5. Water Park - we can already check this off our list! 6. Cedar Point - a majority of the kids are finally tall enough to ride many of the rides, […]
An important part of the rhythm of our day is quiet time. After lunch everyone settles down for an hour of quiet play and/or reading. I started quiet time more as a way for me to regroup after a busy morning, but find it is equally as important for my children. Now they don’t enjoy […]
Whatever kind of mother you are, first mom, adoptive mom, waiting to be a mom, a spiritual mom….Happy Mother’s Day to you. “Jesus gave more glory to God his Father by submitting to his Mother for 30 years” St. Louis de Montfort “The bond between Mother’s and their children is one defined by love. As […]
Yesterday I had the opportunity to share a post at Truly Rich Mom, if you have a moment, go over and check it out. Have a wonderful day!
A child is a butterfly in the wind: some can fly higher than others ~ but each one flies the best that it can. Why compare one against the other? Each one is different ~ Each one is special ~ Each one is beautiful. ~ Author Unknown
Just when life is moving along at a nice pace, surprise! a little bump in the road appears. No matter how minor the bump, it’s still a change in plans, my plans!. For us, our bump in the road is the need for attachment therapy. I guess some sort of therapy was inevitable for our […]
to the best husband and father we could ask for! I love this guy!