This is the last week of February, and some of these chilly, grey mornings find me discouraged, tired, and insecure. Late winter burnout is a real thing for our family! I thought I’d gather a few of my favorite Bible verse images and post them together.
Today is another free printable day for my Pre-K/Kindergarten Dinosaur Unit Study!
Fried ice cream is one of those decadent, one-of-a-kind treats that makes me think of wearing the Carlos O’Kelley’s sombrero on your birthday. It’s not something I ever thought about making at home…
While working on this dinosaur post series, I thought it might be nice to add a list of our favorite dinosaur books and resources that we’ve found and used throughout our dinosaur unit study.
Sometimes our battlefront is right here. In the few minutes of hot coffee we get to enjoy before the sun wakes up. In the chill of the dark, February morning air. In the quiet before the chaos of “Mom, where’s my other sock?!”
I try to stay away from subjective descriptors like “best” or “perfect” when posting recipes unless I really believe in my concoction. After months of making these cornbread muffins, they’ve passed the “family meal taste test” several times over, so I thought it might be time to share them!
It’s time for another dinosaur post! 😀
Today’s activity is a DIY dinosaur dig designed for your little paleontologists.
Hello, parents of dinosaur lovers!
I’ve finally begun some of the really fun work on this Dinosaur Unit Study post series – the printables! Today’s freebie is a set of matching dinosaur memory cards! Read more to download!
Happy Valentine’s Day, friends!
With Valentine’s Day falling on a Tuesday this year (and with an otherwise pretty full calendar this week), we didn’t plan anything big. But it’s sometimes the little things that make the best memories, right?
I couldn’t decide what to write about for this weekly brew. I’ve had a million thoughts on my mind lately. So I asked my husband. He said decisively and without hesitation, “Peace.”
“Peace?” I almost accusingly inquired. “But I always write about peace. I think people get tired of reading about peace.”
He simply replied, “In a broken world, there’s never enough peace.”
I suppose that’s all I need to write.
So open-endedly, and without explanation,