I have four kids. The oldest is six. That means I had four kids in under six years and my weight has yo-yoed quite a bit. There are lumps and bumps and saggy parts. I absolutely despise clothes shopping. Nothing fits right, at least not the things in my budget,
One of the main things I harp on is doing a meal plan. It makes your life so much simpler to only think about the week’s meals one time each week! But I started thinking…if I only have to put thought into dinners once a month, that simplifies my life even more!
As a new member of the 2018 Homeschool Review Crew (woot!), my first task was to review the Yearly Membership for SchoolhouseTeachers.com, which is an offshoot of The Old Schoolhouse magazine. SchoolhouseTeachers.com is a curriculum site with hundreds of different offerings, from full courses to unit studies. I am not
We have moved nine times in seven years. Four of those were cross-country relocations, and each time, we have gotten rid of stuff in an attempt to downsize. One of those times, we only packed my van, hubby’s truck and a 6×12 box trailer. We sold off most of our
Hey, Mom! Teaching your kids about God and His Word just got a lot easier! I had been struggling to find the right way to help my young kids understand the happenings of the Bible (particularly the history in the Old Testament) so the point comes across without being diluted
I’m the first to admit I am NOT a morning person. Never was, never will be. Mornings used to be a huge disaster. Like huge. Kids whining about being hungry, a baby crying, a minefield of toys in the living room, and a mama wishing she liked hot coffee because
After we added our fourth child to our family, it dawned on me that with an 18 month age gap between her and my third child (my ALL BOY child who likes to run, climb and throw food), I would need two high chairs, or at least a booster seat