We’ve been gifted with several beautiful days among the bitter cold this winter. When the weather is beautiful, we do our best to make the most of the day outside.
How to Make the Most of a Gorgeous Winter Day:
When it comes to Bible Journaling, my goal is to simply journal the lessons God is teaching me in the margins. I’m a busy Mom with barely 5 minutes to sneak in a shower, at this point in my life Bible Journaling must also fit in small windows of time. There are smudges and hastily written notes more often than beautifully hand-lettered lessons in the margins of my journaling Bible.
It’s that time of the year again, when cold, wet weather and countless hours cooped up inside result in sick children. With spring still months away, sickness will hit- it’s inevitable!
My family succumbed to our first winter sickness the week before Christmas. Sick during the holidays is no fun, especially when passing a sickness through a family our size means those germs stay awhile! Today I’m sharing my tips for dealing when sick gets real this winter.
Bitter cold winter and several days in a row of being cooped up inside makes for wild and irritable children. Often a few simple suggestions of activities from Mom can start a full afternoon of imaginative play. Since I work from home, I’m always looking for independent indoor activities for kids that will keep them happy and occupied on cold winter days. Today I’m sharing some of my children’s favorite activities this winter.
My family is serious about eating good food while watching football. When our favorite team plays on Sunday afternoon, Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches are the perfect hearty football meal. Simply start the french dip in the slow cooker before church, and the sandwiches will be ready to enjoy by game time.