I shouldn’t have any trouble praising this book, but I’m still struggling.
Y’all. I keep my setting on auto, so I know I’m not using up my camera’s potential. This makes me feel guilty, especially when I tuck it away in my closet and pull out my phone instead. Convenience trumps quality.
I find a certain level of predictability in the 3-and-under crowd.
I thought I’d give you a quick Top Three List for your viewing pleasure.
January’s challenge was to read a book you’ve been meaning to read. Here’s how I interpreted this challenge…
I’d like to invite you on my journey. Let’s do a reading challenge.
And so, for his big, 3-year-old Christmas present, I decided we should give his room a big-boy makeover.
And so, let us take a moment to glance back over the past 11.5 months to reminisce about books for both big and small.
A few years ago, in the name of Christmas cheer, my mom (hi, Mom!) decided that we needed to start a new tradition or two.
I wanted to do something unique to our family. Enter: The Advent Jesse Tree!
Recipes lie. They lie to me ALL THE TIME.
Let’s talk about the books that are worth talking about, especially as I had a bit of free time (aside from sleeping in and long naps while grandparents entertained the little folks) during the Thanksgiving holiday.