A Letter From the Principal

>So I had a letter waiting for me in my mailbox when I got home from vacation last weekend. It was from the school principal. I had failed to respond to a letter I had received in November (okay, I purposely didn’t respond) and if I don’t follow through in the next 30 days, my […]

Book Review: Secure Daughters, Confident Sons

> I love to read, but I don’t exactly gravitate toward parenting books. I’ve read some, and they’re okay, but I much prefer other topics. So when it came to choosing my next Blogging for Books selection, I chose this title more out of duty and a sense of parental responsibility rather than desire. As […]

A Balancing Act

>As a mostly stay-at-home momma and a very part-time minister, it would seem like I have a lot of free time on my hands. And I kinda do. Kinda. As any stay-at-home parent knows, “free time” has to be filled with pretty mindless, easily interruptible, and quickly picked back up activities. You can’t get into […]

Born to Buy

>This is the book I am currently reading and have been reading for some time. (I’m almost done!) It’s kind of a bugger to get through; I don’t actually recommend reading it. It’s pretty dry and somewhat repetitive, and the author’s thoughts and points don’t always flow well together, but the information is pretty good. […]

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The Run-Down, Bible-style

I have children. On the rare occasion that my husband and I might have a date night or scheduling issues that leave a gaping hole, we are left to the only viable option available–the almighty babysitter. And because we don’t usually plan these events in advance or double-check our schedules until the day-of…we, more often […]

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