I love dogs. I grew up with dogs. I have dog sat numerous dogs in my adult life, even when I already had kids, from young and energetic Weimaraners to geriatric mini Dachshunds. Before I ever owned a dog of my own, I watched many many dog training videos on YouTube. I read several dog Carry on!
You need to host a party! And then share this post with your friends, and make them host parties too! We live in a culture that is busier and stretched more thinly than ever. Consequently, we need to have all the more real, off line connections with our friends. It is challenging to make it Carry on!
Rachel Held Evans. A few years ago, I read A Year of Biblical Womanhood. It was funny. It was ironic. It helped me to see my Bible in a whole new way. It impacted me in profound and interesting ways. What made an even greater impact, however, was Rachel herself. We had similar approaches to Carry on!
From self care to convenience-I share with you some of my current favorites which I know you will love!
Six kids is a lot of kids. Just saying. I have a 14, 12, 10, 8, 6, and 3 year old. My tween stays up later than I do and my toddler is still in my bed most nights. And then there’re all those kids in between. My older girls want to be up with Carry on!
A home tour of our real life farmhouse: Decorating for expensively Christmas without spending a lot of money
Reviews of the books I read last month.
I was diagnosed with ADHD as a mom of 6, in my 40s. How is it helpful to have this diagnosis?
by Jennifer Dukes Lee I know how this noisy world can get in the way of me hearing God’s still, small voice. So, in the past few years, I’ve been intentional about quieting the outer noise in my life. My biggest challenge is silencing the inner chatter. I know the value of resting in Carry on!
I’ve been doing Keto for six weeks. Are there any changes? How is it going? Judge for yourself.