Oh, hey first trimester. I remember you…really, really well.
Consider that my big pregnancy announcement for baby number 3. Imagine me dancing around in something flowery and graceful, or posing for an adorable picture with my smiling family, all anxiously awaiting the arrival of whoever I’m busy growing. Read more “Hello from the first trimester”
I tried to force my toddler to learn. Of course I imagined I was doing it gently (meaning we weren’t drilling multiplication tables or anything), but there was a time when I was requiring an even younger version of Ty, my now 2.5 year old, to put forth some effort and just learn for cryin’ out loud. I had more than a few misconceptions to work out.
Do y’all know about my love for morning time? How I was “doing morning time” before I knew what it was and how valuable (and fun!) I think it can be? No? In that case, click on over to this post. Oh, and this one. That might help bring you up to speed!
December is a busy time of year for a lot of people, but for us in, here in South Africa, it almost couldn’t be more low key. Companies have closed folks have taken to the coast for their summer vacations. Activities (like gymnastics, swimming lessons, bible studies) have taken an extended hiatus, wiping the calendar clean of commitments. To top it off, my husband’s office is closed for more than two weeks! Read more “What I’m reading this month”
A couple of weeks ago I shared with you some of our favorite toys and types of toys, and the timing was no accident. I wanted to get you thinking, this Christmas season, what sort of things would be worth not only your hard-earned money and storage space, but also your kids’ time and esteem. Because not all toys are created equal.
Christmas is like an old friend, you know? The music, the trees, the cookies…I know and love them well. And I’m no stranger to Luke 2; over the years I’ve been taught that the story told there is only the beginning of a much bigger picture. Christmas is important because of what it precedes: our redemption.