Recently there was one of those polls on Facebook that likes to ask senseless questions. You know the kind. The kind that asks you if you’d rather know how to play all the instruments in the world or know all the languages in the world. The ones that often remind me of my four boys who have an endless supply of perplexing questions they like to throw at my husband and me at the dinner table.
We bake a lot of bread around here. Store-bought bread can’t compare to fresh bread straight out of the oven. …
Sally Clarkson is one of my favorite authors. I love her practical advice on parent-child relationships, schooling, and home-making, so when I was offered her and her daughter, Sarah’s new book, The Life Giving Home, in exchange for a review I was excited for the opportunity.
I feel like the art of home-making is not my strong point.
I’ve been thinking about how we, as a family, can put more emphasis on Easter this year. How can we…
When we were first married, the culture we were a part of, for various reasons, mostly ignored Christmas, so we did the same. However, as time brought changes and as our children grew older, I started questioning our approach to Christmas. I started thinking about ways we could honor God