Reading Time: 3 minutes For though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you again the basic principles of the oracles of God. You need milk, not solid food, for everyone who lives on milk is unskilled in the word of righteousness, since he is a child. But solid food is for the mature,
Reading Time: 4 minutes Our third son, whom we are calling Pumpkin here on the blog, was born a little over a month ago on June 10, 2019 at 11:46pm. He was 6 lbs 15 oz and 19 1/4 inches long with a shocking amount of reddish hair. Our largest baby yet! For those interested, this is our birth
Reading Time: 6 minutes We have three boys under the age of three. Our house is ground zero for “chaos”. But I’ve learned that you don’t have to give up on a tidy home just because your kids are small. Here are some tips for keeping a tidy house with toddlers.
Reading Time: 8 minutes today we’re going to talk about how to catch up on dirty dishes when you are experiencing either physical or time challenges and some tips to stay ahead of the mountain.
Reading Time: 8 minutes A few weeks ago, I went to the amazing moms in a few groups I am a member of and posed a simple question: What is the best parenting advice you received that actually helped you and you think might help/encourage other moms?
So in honor of Mother’s Day (celebrated Sunday, May 12 here in the United States), I have compiled their best parenting advice!
Reading Time: 3 minutes In the daily grind, we can forget to show love and gratitude to those that mean the most to us because we think they already know without us having to tell them.
So whether or not you celebrate Mother’s Day, I challenge you to take the time to reach out to your mother, your grandmother, your sister, your friend, your mentor and let her know you love and appreciate her.
Reading Time: 4 minutes How far along? 33 weeks! Praying we make it to full-term (37-42 weeks). Time is flying by and our little one will be here soon. I’m starting to feel excited! How is baby developing? The growth estimates claim that babies this age are usually a little over 4 lbs and about 17-inches long… or roughly
Reading Time: 8 minutes In our last post, we went into great detail discussing why family worship is the most important daily activity we can do with our families. However, let us be very clear from the get-go: family worship is not going to look identical with all families. I grew up in a Christian household where we did
Reading Time: 5 minutes Family worship is important but being consistent can seem an impossible task. Here are three important lessons I learned about family worship.
Reading Time: 4 minutes How far along? 30 weeks… Basically, two months to go! How is baby developing? According to the growth estimates, the average 30-week baby is about 15-16 inches long and about 2.5-3 pounds. Unlike with our second pregnancy, we are fairly confident that the due date and, therefore, the baby’s age is accurate this time around.