Tori Banks from The Home Front is back today and sharing some more humor with us.
My mom and I seem to have to worst luck with vehicles. One day, she pulled up to the drive-thru window at the bank. As she came to a stop, she reached down to move her seat forward.
But . . . → Read More: Family Follies
Tori Banks blogs about life on The Home Front and can usually be found writing poetry, when she’s not chasing four rambunctious boys, homeschooling, or putting in a full day as a domestic engineer. (Sometimes referred to as being a SAHM!)
Nearly every family has certain favorite stories that get retold over and over. In . . . → Read More: Funny Family Stories
Well at least that is the plan! We are scheduled to be induced this morning.
With my third baby I was scheduled to be induced and the hospital called me about 4:00 in the morning and told me they were full and not to come in! I’m hoping that doesn’t happen today.
Please pray for . . . → Read More: I’m Having a Baby Today!
I am thankful for laundry. It reminds me I have a house full of little blessings.
I am thankful for dirty dishes. They remind me that God has amply provided us with food.
I am thankful for screams and whining. Those sounds remind me that God has entrusted me with little lives to teach and . . . → Read More: Practicing Thankfulness
So I hosted Thanksgiving dinner four days before I plan to deliver baby number five! Ha ha. I love saying that. In all, actually I may have organized it, but everyone pitched in. My husband was designated to keep the kids entertained. My dad was in charge of the tea. My mom did the . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving Dinner 2011
I have enjoyed the frequent sonograms and getting to see my baby so often. At my last sonogram before our planned day to induce, the usual technician was gone; and there was a sub in her place.
The last time my baby was measured, I was told that he has a very large head, but . . . → Read More: What will my baby look like?
Thanks to my mom Frieda for sharing this funny story with us today:
My parents loved to eat, and my mother was a wonderful cook. She was famous among all our acquaintances for being able to make delicious meals with very little to work with. They had to come back to the States after . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving Feast
‘Twas the night before Thanksgiving and all through the house not a creature was stirring…except the MOUSE!! Yes, I purposefully wrote it singular. I refuse to entertain the thought that she may have invited her friends and relatives or…horrors had babies!
There were a couple of more sightings by my husband, who exclaims the mouse . . . → Read More: The Hauntings
2 doz. Corn tortillas 1 can Ro-Tel tomatoes 1 can diced tomatoes Grated cheese Minced onion Salt to taste
Cut or tear tortillas in bite-sized pieces and deep fry until golden brown.
Place in saucepan and cover with the tomatoes . . . → Read More: Chilaquiles Recipe
I was exhausted. I had had a busy morning, and I was on my way home with a van load of groceries when I remembered that I needed to stop by the bank and deposit some checks.
I parked the van and walked slowly to the entrance. I felt the weight of my nine month . . . → Read More: In Line at the Bank