What are your favorite Christmas memories? Can you remember what gifts you gave and what gifts you received last year or the year before?
We have been asking ourselves these questions. Our schedule has been crazy, our daughter is getting married on January 2nd, my dad has been in treatment for cancer, and we still . . . Read More: A “Mary” Christmas in a Martha World
My Aunt Jennifer makes the most delicious, moist pumpkin bread ever. I don’t even really like ‘pumpkiny’ stuff either. That is how good this bread is! When I visit my parents during the holidays, I usually find a loaf that has been delivered, and my mother always shares a piece or two with me. Thanks, . . . Read More: Aunt Jennifer’s Pumpkin Bread (and cake too!)
Would you like to help kids in rural Missouri receive books and do your Christmas shopping too?
We are having an online Thirty-One Party to benefit our local Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. I’m the coordinator for a rural Parents as Teachers program; and families in our community receive books via the Imagination Library. Local organizers . . . Read More: Shop and Give to The Imagination Library
“Away We Go” is written by Chieu Anh Urban. My copy is a board book that is sturdy for little hands to explore and enjoy. This book teaches shapes and helps kids make the connections that shapes are found everywhere in the environement.
A shape is presented in the leading question. For . . . Read More: “Away We Go – A Shape and Seek Book”
The summer has evaporated too quickly! Many people have already started school and we begin next week. On this post you will find 10 back to school organziing tips plus so much more. A group of bloggers from the Kid Blogger Network have come together to create an extensive back to school link-up party for . . . Read More: 10 Back to School Tips and a KBN Link-Up too!