Category Archives: Ordinary Everyday Life

The motive in the mess . . .

With an experienced egg scrambler on the scene, I reluctanly said yes to the surprise.  I could fake that the overView full post »

A classroom rescue and how deschooling rescued me

The revelation that homeschool was on my horizon for the next school year (2nd grade) had recently sunk in (recentlyView full post »

Daddy + Daughter Eye Candy . . .

I have the pleasure of having a front row seat to the building of this beautiful love story.  The kind of love a girlView full post »

The affordable vacation we take every year. . .

  Staycations are a mainstay of our summer adventure – part tradition, part necessity. With severalView full post »

The seemingly routine, will become the Priceless . . .

These are magical, frustrating, busy, delightful years – The parenting of Littles that is. This season is so veryView full post »

Puppy Love {literally}!!

This bunch of crazies has invited another crazy into our Abode.  Miss Willa is 9 weeks old and is a mini tornado {sheView full post »

I reap what I sow

I don’t know how this happens. I look at my childrens’ faces and it seems like they’ve always lookedView full post »

Love Made Visible . . .

When I think back almost twenty years ago to the twenty-year-younger me, I am sooooo thankful that God had a betterView full post »

The Questions That Will Save Your Relationships

Author:  Glennon Doyle Melton When I was a mama of three very tiny, very messy, very beautiful rug rats, we had DAYSView full post »

The Undeniable Gift of Everyday . . .

I vow, that it will never take a tragedy to remind me that everyday is indeed a gift.  So, if I lost I wouldView full post »

Decking the Halls with Littles . . . It’s sentimental, but it ain’t pretty

Christmas threw up on my house AGAIN this year.       I’ve come to accept the season in my lifeView full post »

I am Thankful . . .

I would say one of my most FAVORITE FAVORITE treasures about having littles under foot, under bed, climbing the walls,View full post »

Imagination is a beautiful thing . . .

Who knew that an old, unraveled pair of shoe laces discovered in the kitchen garbage next to, but not touching the eggView full post »

Sweet dreams sleepy heads . . .

On this night, my littles and I were curled up in bed together reading “Inkheart”.    They were yawning upView full post »

How canceling cable launched my life.

I watched a lot of television as a kid.  It was the force that brought our family together each night.  Around theView full post »

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