April Fools’ Day Ideas for the Family

Written by: | April 1, 2015

  April Fool’s Day. People either love it or hate it. I personally love it. It’s such a fun day to play pranks on each other. (Family-friendly fun that is). Here are a just a few of my favorite April Fool’s Day ideas for the family: 1. Dye the...
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28 Fun Fall Family Activities

Written by: | September 9, 2014

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” – Anne of Green Gables It’s about to be my favorite time of year. FALL. There’s something about this season that I look forward to the most. Maybe it’s the smell of bonfires in the air or the...
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5 Ways to Prepare for Your Homeschool Year

Written by: | August 5, 2014

It’s that time of year again… time to start thinking about the school year. Summer is coming to a close and many are ready to get back into a routine with their families and kids as they homeschool. We started back last month and this year was the easiest...
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Camo Bible

Written by: | July 11, 2014

  The perfect Bible for the boy or girl who loves the great outdoors. For boys and girls of any age who want a Bible that stands out, here’s a great choice. The green camouflage cover on this full-text New King James Version® offers boys and girls a cool...
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A Night Night Prayer

Written by: | July 11, 2014

An adorable new look for a bestselling bedtime favorite! Amy Parker’s original A Night Night Prayer was remarkably successful, and this new edition offers fresh, whimsical art for a new generation of kids. As toddlers settle in for bedtime, they will love repeating the sweet rhyming text and helping little alpaca...
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Out of the Mouths of Babes

Written by: | July 4, 2014

Out of the mouths of babes come some of the purest and most innocent observations. Children can often be a timely reminder of reality and our priorities. They see the smallest details from a whole new perspective. Their reflections, and even sometimes their wisdom, can be surprising and often...
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July 4th Family Traditions

Written by: | July 3, 2014

The 4th of July is almost here and we’re really looking forward to the festivities it brings. From parades to fireworks and homemade ice cream. It’s all wonderful, isn’t it? However, a couple of years ago I got to thinking, “Am I teaching my boys the REAL meaning of...
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5 Ways to Make Fathers Day Extra Special

Written by: | June 13, 2014

“I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection.” —Sigmund Freud It’s SO true! Dad’s are so important and it’s time we celebrate them! Father’s Day is just around the corner and here are a few ways to make it extra special for...
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Sleep Sweet My Little One

Written by: | June 10, 2014

With soothing text and lovely illustrations,Sleep Sweet, My Little One is a wonderful way to send children to peaceful dreams. In the deep darkness of the night, the light of the moon is such a comfort to children. In this adorable rhyming board book from popular author and speaker Patsy...
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The Best Daddy I’ve Ever Known

Written by: | June 3, 2014

As Father’s Day draws near, we often reflect on those men in our lives who have shown us what it truly means to be a father. They have become our heroes, our leaders, and living examples of sacrifice and love. Dads are superheroes in the eyes of their children...
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