Love Boxes

Written by: | February 7, 2013

I love Valentine’s Day, or maybe I should say Valentine’s week, because that’s what it is in our house. Several years ago, we started making Valentine’s mailboxes the week or two before Valentine’s Day. It’s one of those traditions that has stuck in our house. Here’s why I love...
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Expressing The New Year Creatively

Written by: | January 7, 2013

I used to make New Year’s resolutions, but somewhere along the way, they felt redundant and halfway (or less) through the year, they seemed to be forgotten. A few years ago, I started praying for the upcoming year and one word that would be “my word” for the year....
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Becoming Glass Half Full People

Written by: | November 9, 2012

Gratitude. Quite frankly, I thought this would come easy with my kids. We’ve lived in Africa. They’ve played with orphans. They’ve handed a plate of food to a hungry child. They’ve seen with their own eyes dilapidated shacks. My assumption was a grave misunderstanding of the working of a...
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An Apple Butter Tradition

Written by: | October 9, 2012

Fall is my absolute favorite season of the year. It started during our almost five year stint of living in New England. The breathtaking foliage and the yearly Fall trip to the apple orchard sealed the deal. It became tradition that we would gather our friends, make a trip...
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Getting Into Routine After an Epic Summer

Written by: | September 11, 2012

Before I dive into the what this post is really about, let me take a moment to introduce myself. I am thrilled to be one of the newest top Tommy Nelson Mommies! I am married to Jeremy, the hottest redhead around, and we have two kids, Joshua (10 years)...
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