It's Sunday morning and the house is quiet. My older children are at church, the baby is sleeping, and my sweet husband is at work. I'm sitting in my living room enjoying the sunshine coming in through the large window and French doors, sipping Earl Gray, and thinking about the things I need to get … Continue reading Week in Review
Earlier today, I pulled a package of ground beef out of the freezer, unsure of what I was going to do with it. After a bit of thought, I decided to go with Swedish meatballs and pulled out a package of ground chicken as well. The result was a fabulous supper that had my children … Continue reading Swedish Meatballs, Sort of..
Having children can make it hard to eat healthy meals regularly. Children tend to be picky eaters and finding healthy recipes that they actually like can be a challenge. Thankfully, I do not have picky kids (they even like tofu!) and it's easier to find things they'll eat that aren't Happy Meals from McDonald's. Here … Continue reading My Favorite Healthy Recipes
Think back to when you were a kid. All of the silly things you did that made sense to you even if they made no sense at all to anyone else.. What came to mind? For me, it was eating chocolate syrup straight from the bottle. I enjoyed it. Flash forward a couple of decades … Continue reading Things My Kids Do (That I Don’t Understand)
In March, the children went on what would become the longest Spring Break in the history of Spring Break. Expecting them to return to school at the very end of March, when I should have also returned to work from maternity leave, school was, instead, transitioned to Zoom meetings and Google Classroom assignments. I, of … Continue reading Homeschool and Other Adventures
It's cold today. Unseasonably so for early September. The temperature outside will barely rise to 50 degrees and it is expected to rain most of the day. An early Autumn is amazing birthday present. I really do not have much to complain about.