Cheeseburger Sliders, Fish, Tortilla Soup, Philly Cheesesteaks, Pizza Cups, Brinner We are finally getting back to a routine and one of the most important parts of that in our family is a weekly meal plan. My four kids have immensely varied palates and trying to accommodate them all wears me out. So, each child is… Continue reading Meal Plan Monday
Are homeschool conferences worth the time and money?
Did you know that World Diabetes Day is on November 14? I didn’t either… until this past November, that is. You see, I was sitting in a hospital room with my oldest on November 14. He was resting and I was scrolling through social media and saw a friend’s post about it. Normally, I would… Continue reading How we celebrated World Diabetes Day
Kids cook breakfast for dinner, ranch chicken sliders, and BLTs
The Adventure Science Center in Nashville, TN is a great family outing.
Our visit to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL, was amazing!
This week the kids made pho ga, pizza muffins, cheese enchiladas, and pretzel dogs.
We just took our first trip to Top of the Rock to explore the Lost Canyon Cave and Nature Trail and visit the Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum. If you aren’t familiar with Top of the Rock, it is a heritage preserve located south of Branson, MO and is a Johnny Morris property, which automatically… Continue reading Top of the Rock
On this Mother’s Day, take time to think about what gifts you can give yourself.
Our family relies on technology rather heavily. When my daughter was 3, she would say to me, “Get on your computer and research it up,” if we didn’t know the answer to something. My older boys have Chromebooks through the school district and I am thankful for the filters that are placed on those by… Continue reading Monitoring Your Child’s Internet Usage