Tag Archives: kids

Catching Up

7 Jan

It’s been too long since I last posted here. Having a baby and adjusting to a new routine has taken every single ounce of energy I possess. But now, I think the new baby shock has worn off (hopefully) and life can move forward like normal…whatever “normal” means.

So today for the sake of playing catch up, I’ll leave you with a picture of my girls. The last picture was Anna’s birth announcement and this week she is 5 months old.



I just can’t get over the sweetness.

What makes me smile

16 Jun

This was from a couple of years ago.  I had forgotten about the video and was pleased to find it on my husband’s you tube channel.  It made me smile this morning so I thought I would share with you.

Having lunch with Dad:

Bible Jumbles: A book review

12 May

This book was provided to me FREE from the Tyndale Blog Network.  I have not been compensated for my review.  I just enjoy reading and giving my opinion.

I requested Bible Jumbles for Kids when it came up for review because we are always looking for something fun to add to school.  And my son was looking over my shoulder and said, “Mom, please pick that one!”.

We’ve used the book for about two weeks now and it has enhanced our bible time.  My son, who is ten, looks forward to doing the puzzles and I love that it makes him dig a little deeper into the passage.  He ends up being more careful in his reading, picking through the passage as opposed to rushing to be finished.

This book would be a great addition to a home library or Sunday School class.  The pages are easily copied for handouts and there are fun puzzles to work on as a group.  One of my son’s favorite things about the book is working on a puzzle or word find together.  And that makes all the difference to me, spending time with my almost pre-teen and studying the Word together.