Hello Everyone! I hope everyone is having a excellent week so far! My husband’s mother and sister decided to join us down in Florida for a few days, which is why I’m getting this post out late. I for one enjoy reading blogs and watching vlogs about people’s meal plans and grocery hauls, despite the… Continue reading Weekly Meal Plan!
What mother doesn’t need grace every once in a while? I know I do. The problem is, despite the fact that grace is free, we rarely embrace it. It took Emily Ley’s words from her book, Grace not Perfection, to open my eyes to the truth. It all started Monday morning, MLK holiday. I woke… Continue reading Grace Not Perfection
Hello All! In my last post, I shared my meal planning and grocery list process. So I thought I would share one dinner that I put in this week’s meal plan. This isn’t a new recipe in any way, shape, or form. However, it is super yummy, and has been in my meal rotation regularly. My… Continue reading Dinner Time
Meal planning and grocery shopping is a daunting and exhausting task… let me give you some tips on making it pretty easy! 🙂
Throughout my teen years, I was around my sister and her three kids. My first nephew was born around the time I turned twelve. So I grew up, literally, watching my sister tackle motherhood. By the time I got married at twenty-two, and started my own family two years later, I had been through it… Continue reading Motherhood: The Never Ending Journey
We’ve all heard this particular little quote. It’s on bumper stickers for heaven’s sake. If you haven’t heard it, then quite possibly, you live under a rock. When life throws you lemons… you… what? Make lemonade? Squirt someone in the eye with them? Throw them back? No… You thank God for those lemons, because they are… Continue reading When Life Throws you Lemons
When your child hits that two-ish age, you know what’s coming… Potty Training…. The every hated, ever dreaded, potty training phase, where you spend more time sitting on the bathroom floor hoping you can entertain your child long enough to get to them to at least “accidentally” potty in the potty. My daughter, Addison, will… Continue reading Nightmare on Potty Street