How To Stay Sane While Grocery Shopping With Three Kids


Family

While some may love grocery shopping with a pack of squirming, squealing and wandering children, I prefer to go alone. Since we can’t always grocery shop alone, I’m sharing tips for staying sane on a group outing. #momlife #momproblems #motherhood

August 22, 2017

First Day of School Sign Free Printable (with Matching Last Day of School Signs) for Preschool through 12th Grade


DIY

Looking for signs for 2019-2020? Click here. For me, this summer has flown by. School is coming. Are you ready?  One of my favorite things to do on the first day of school is snap a quick picture of each child with a sign telling what grade they are in. The photos are cute, but […]

August 15, 2017

An Accident – No Longer A Slave To Fear


Faith

Today I am sharing the story of a recent accident involving an Epi-Pen for two reasons: to raise awareness of Epi-Pen safety, and to share how God’s faithfulness and presence gave tangible peace and help in a scary situation. The Accident Yesterday was a normal summer day. The kids and I got up, ate breakfast […]

July 11, 2017

Parenting Strategies For Day-After-Fun Blues


Family, Gratitude

A fun-filled day is wonderful, but often leaves its mark on the next day – in a not-so-wonderful way. Parenting strategies for day-after-fun blues. So Much Fun The fourth of July this year was SO. Much. Fun! Our neighbors rented a bounce house and we had a large neighborhood gathering with water, fun and food. […]

July 5, 2017

6 Ways To Reclaim JOY When Stuck In Mom-Guilt


Faith, Family

Why do we carry mom-guilt? Fixating on sharp words and mistakes steals our joy. We can kick mom-guilt to the curb to reclaim joy. Will you join me?

June 30, 2017