Fall Festivities

I love everything about fall!  I’d much rather do snow angels in a pile of leaves rather than wet snow.  Can we just skip winter and extend fall to spring?

It has been a family tradition of ours to go apple picking every fall.  The kids look forward to the tractor rides, munching on apples, sipping apple cider and enjoying every bite of their cinnamon and sugar donuts.

I believe family traditions are very important.  Giving our children precious memories that they can recall for years to come is a gift.  Sometimes it isn’t just about sitting down and having family devotions, but living our devotion for Him as a family.  God loves it when He sees His children loving one another and getting along.  

Here are some pictures of our trip to the apple farm this year:

Imparting grace to our children through real-life events is a tangible taste of God’s love.  Here is one way that we teach our kids about God’s grace at home:  Grace For The Moment: 365 Devotions For Kids.

What are some fun fall traditions that you do with your family?

Traci is a curly-headed dreamer who loves her Savior, adores her best friend called Hubby, and her three children! She never knew how much she would love being at home full time with her kids, but she does (most days)! What a privilege and high calling! She loves to blog, take pictures, cook, decorate cakes, and make her home cozy and inviting! She also enjoys teaching women God’s Word through Bible studies at church and online devotions. It is her desire to glorify God through encouraging and edifying other women. It is her heartโ€™s cry to motivate women to abide in Christ, respect their spouse, and raise their little ones to know the love of Jesus. Godโ€™s grace captivates her in such a way that she wants her life to make a difference for His glory.