The RollerCoaster of Discipling Young Kids

One minute your sweet preschooler is praying "God thank you for my family. Help us love each other well so we can love you better. Help us not get in any fights. Thank you for the Bible so we can learn about you". Your heart melts and you are so excited. They are learning things, …

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Happy Valentine’s Day

I kind of think Valentine’s Day is an overrated, cheesy, Hallmark holiday. Sorry if you find that a bit harsh. My husband and I much prefer to go on a date night some random night of the week that’s not on a Holiday. We prefer going out on nights that aren’t crazy busy wherever we are going. It doesn’t mean we aren’t romantic or judge others for doing something special on valentine’s day, it’s just not for us.

My (sorta minimalist) Advice: Kids Christmas Gifts

"Whatever your reason to celebrate Christmas, there are a lot of us moms who feel completely overwhelmed and overloaded with all the 'stuff' that being a parent brings. This isn’t just a Christmas problem either, it happens at birthdays too. So please take a minute and hear us all out. A lot of moms these …

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Hospitality, Minimalism, and Page Views: Why I Really Did the ORC

As I anticipate the 6th week of The One Room Challenge I've been reflecting on my reasons for participating. To be completely transparent, the reason I wanted to do it was to get exposure on my blog, to have more page views, more followers etc... You see, I have this little dream to earn a …

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