If I had to define my summer in one word, I would not use the term “lazy.” Between travels, family and volunteer commitments, getting back in shape after my surgery, and then my son’s recent health scare, life has felt like one
Earlier this week I guest posted at Mumbling Mommy, sharing exercise options for the busy mom. Since it ties into my Friday theme of fitness, I decided to send you over there today. Hope you have a fabulous weekend!
Hi everyone! I’m so excited to welcome author Jeanette Levellie to my blog today! Whenever I visit her site, I always know I’m in for a smile and a laugh. And she also sprinkles in Godly wisdom to uplift and encourage.
—– 5. After countless boil-overs on the stove, your fire department has banned you from using your cell phone while making supper. 4. Your morning routine involves brushing your teeth, putting on your make-up, and taking a shower…all at the same time.
There are certain things no one warned me about before I had kids. Like the fact that waking up to an alarm clock is considered “sleeping in”. Or that “getting dressed” means putting a sweatshirt over your pajamas and calling
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get in a rut. Not just in my own life, but in my marriage and parenting. Recently a girl in my mom’s group mentioned a website called iMOM.com, and after checking it
I think most of us have heard of The Five Love Languages, a book written by Gary Chapman several years ago. He presented the concept that people give and receive love in five different ways, or “languages”. They are Words
I have a confession to make: Sometimes I’m a bad mom. You know what I mean. When I have a day full of responsibilities, I’ve been known to turn on the TV and let my kids veg out to their heart’s