School is literally right around the corner and I’ve pulled together some ideas to help your kids get back into the grind. Read More »
By Jenny Hansen Lane
I met Erin through Social Media. We are members of many creative groups together. When I learned about her most recent invention, it kind of blew my mind in it’s simplistic solution to a common problem. So let’s get started: I love what Erin has to share with us. Read More »
If you thought I forgot about Father’s Day, well, I didn’t. 🙂 I though about it all last week and this past weekend, too. The last couple of weeks have been overloaded with to-do’s and super late nights. But, I got through it! And it wouldn’t have been possible without Nate’s support. So this post is dedicated to the father of my two boys. Read More »
Ok, let’s be honest. How many of us really like the family photo experience? It’s almost comical when I arrive for a family photo shoot. Without fail, at least one of the kids is upset and the parents are stressed. I put on my smile and begin to capture “beautiful moments.” Ha! And you know what? My own kids pull the same thing on me when I’m trying to take a photo of them. If you asked my husband and boys what hell is like, they would definitely say: a family photo shoot that goes on for eternity. I, for one, enjoy photographing other families, but taking photos of my own family is another story… especially when I have to set up the shot behind the camera, set the camera timer and then run to my position in the shot! ARRGGHH!!! I wish I had a video camera recording us during these “precious” moments of family time. Read More »
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It’s November, which means that holiday prep begins in earnest now! So, while we’re planning for Thanksgiving and avoiding eating Halloween candy, we’re also eyeing all the cute toys that have popped up in stores. Lots of people get frustrated with how early people start talking about Christmas…I used to be one of those people. But, after a few stressful years of starting to shop on Black Friday, fighting the crowds, and not really being able to feel the joy and peace that should constitute the Christmas season, I changed my approach.
Rebecca Matheson is our dear friend and a mom of three. Although she insists that, “The only thing we’re consistent at is being inconsistent,” she and her husband, Troy, have created a loving family with kids who know how to work–with maybe a little gentle encouragement along the way. Today Rebecca shares the secret to their success with chores. Welcome, Rebecca!