By following Christ’s instructions to give generously while on earth, we reap rewards that continue on and on and on.
I didn’t expect to have a preschooler who could rattle off states, capitals, and countries. I was more prepared for Disney characters and Calliou.
In addition to relocating our entire lives five minutes down the road, I also accomplished a monumental feat. I figured out how my 3-year-old could actually enjoy watching Dancing with the Stars.
Mama is wiped, so sorry for the lackadaisical post featuring images of my children.
So, in Icy Straight Point today, we went on a three-hour, whale-watching boat ride. And it was glorious.
Our Alaskan-cruise trip kicked off at 2:30 a.m., so it started with more of a whimper and a grunt than a bang.
I loved reading the candid interactions between Roach and the straight-laced military men and women. She did a wonderful job incorporating hilarious footnotes and informative quips.
My kiddos love spotting Momo in all three books, and I think they’d be a great activity for kids to do without Mama’s help. Those are some of my favorite options.
And this long-winded story brings us to today’s recommended picture-book author: Ryan T. Higgins.
I knew from my stalker research on the property appraiser’s website (coupled with Google Maps street view and an old Zillow listing) that it was a nice, well-kept house that ticked a lot of boxes for us.
Being left out hurts, no matter the age.
It was a decision made by committee, but we landed on The Treasure Principle by Randy Alcorn.