Super Bubbles Recipe – Summer Outdoor Activities for Kids

Do you ever outgrow bubbles? I think not!  I still love them myself. 😉 Get your kids outside more by mixing up a simple solution of super bubbles and send them on their way to have some outside summer fun!   Mix and enjoy lots of super bubbles! 1 Cup… Continue reading »

5 Homemade Mother’s Day Gift Ideas – Diy

Well, every Mother’s Day I feel like it’s my birthday.  Since my birthday is immediately after the Christmas holidays and New Year’s celebration, I look forward to feeling a little extra special on Mother’s Day.  Each year I go eat a Braum’s hamburger and a butter pecan shake. 🙂 Yum!… Continue reading »

20 Simple Ways to Communicate with Your Child

Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward. ~ Psalms 127:3  (KJV) Each child is a gift from our Heavenly Father above.  Treating them as a real person helps them feel that they have true value…and of course, good communication helps… Continue reading »

Healthy Lunch Ideas in 20 Minutes or Less, Healthy Snacks & Meal Planning

Here’s  a roundup of “Healthy Lunch Ideas in 20 Minutes or Less” that I hope will be helpful for you. As always, I look forward to hearing your comments and your own suggestions!  Please join me on Facebook to get our latest updates. Offer whole wheat crackers, leftover meat bits… Continue reading »

Back to School Breakfast Ideas for Your Kids

Brain Food For Your Child: Often breakfast is a pop-tart eaten on the way out the door, and lunch is whatever the school is serving that day. But, the truth is that children need to have proper nutrition for optimal brain power. If we expect them to do their best… Continue reading »

Never Fear…School is Just About Here – Back to School Tips

It seems like the summer always flies by sooooo fast!   We’ve actually already started our homeschool year.  We sort of do a “warm up” week to get back into the groove of schooling again. This year we’re actually doing two weeks like this since I’m waiting for my oldest son… Continue reading »