The Fearless Inspiration of a Two Year Old Boy

I tell stories about my youngest, but I don't think that other people always believe me.  I know some of them question me when I've told of his latest adventures with a really at the end. He's all boy.  100%.  And he's fearless. It's a little bit terrifying.  For me, anyway. ...more

Boys II Men Cover songs

It's been awhile since I last blogged. I've been busy, especially with the long weekend. But anyways, thought I share this video of a Youtube user named "Jvoqalz" singing his rendition of Boys 2 Men's "On Bended Knee"....more

Living In The Present

As a Christian woman, I am taught to put my hope in the Lord. Not only limited to my salvation, this hope encompasses the entirety of my life - relationships, education, friendship....more

My Son Broke up With Baseball

My son said he didn't really want to play this year.With heavy hearts, we accepted his decision. He's played every year since T-ball started.  Every summer's schedule has been dictated by practices and games.  I've spent many afternoons sitting in bleachers watching the sky, wondering at what point they actually call a game for lightning.I've cheered for my little boy at every at-bat.  I remember vividly the day that it clicked for him.  The day that he realized that you are supposed to play your position and not run all over the field chasin...more

Queen of Coupons, I am not

Last night I was watching a show on Extreme Couponing and I was completely enthralled.These people were able to walk up to the check out lanes with over $1000 worth of groceries and walk away spending somewhere around $.06 or less.Read more HERE....more

On TLC's extreme couponing, you're seeing extreme versions of what we do every day. In fact, ...more

Homeschoolers, Unite!


Easter Baskets are for More Than Just Chocolate

For children, looking in their basket at Easter is like looking under the tree at Christmas. So why not make it more than just Chocolate Bunnies and eggs. Here are a few “little” gift ideas for items that will fit perfectly in those Easter baskets…...more

Boys Need Gentle Parents

An Argument for Gentleness   “Tender tiny fingers grip my seemingly monstrous hand with tightness.  Soft and silky skin so pure and supple, there aren’t words to describe.  This boundless connection delights my heart while bringing tears of joy to my eyes.  I blink and open my eyes again to look at you and am blinded by the light that illuminates, brightens, and warms.  The light you are destined to bring to the world.  It is my promise to you that I will never...more