Being an author, I naturally love reading. Fortunately, my husband and kiddos are avid readers as well...
People keep asking my kiddos if they are ready for Santa and then finding out in horror that we don't do Santa. The people who ask seem well-intentioned, but they don't seem to understand that Santa truly torpedoes a Christian Christmas. Santa and the present purveyors backing him seek to focus our eyes on wanting … Continue reading We don’t do Santa; We do contentment, thankfulness & Jesus the Christ.
This month, I want to just focus on the books that my kiddos and I are loving. Here are our two favorite books this month: Both of my kiddos are VERY curious, so they have naturally been obsessed with Curious George for a while. The stories are kid-centric, full of descriptive pictures to dissect, and … Continue reading What are We Reading? November Edition
Every Sunday, my husband, kiddos, and I worship together. And Most Sundays, we receive numerous compliments after the worship service because my two, two (years old)-and-under kiddos did fabulous jobs staying quiet and/or engaged. Why are my kiddos are so well behaved? In addition to a whole lot of prayer, I think it is because of the … Continue reading 7 ways to help your little kiddos learn how to worship on Sundays (with minimal service disruptions)
My mother-in-law was up reading Consumer Reports articles in the middle of the night and came across one that she thought I needed to read. (Praise the Lord for her and her thoughtfulness!) The article she sent me detailed how Consumer Reports had tested a wide variety of jarred baby foods, baby meal pouches, package … Continue reading There’s LEAD & more in store-bought baby food. SAD! Here’s our 4-step action plan to start consistenly cooking for our babies.
My kiddos and I love to sing--all day, every day. I find it is a joyful and simple way to teach my children about God (a.k.a. sound theology). How do we do it? We start by learning songs in the car. I just queue up this theologically-sound playlist* in my truck and sing along. My … Continue reading Theologically-sound Sing-a-longs? Yes!
Follow these tips to read your little people stories in a way that will keep them coming back for more