Bobby has been teething and was extra fussy. Finally, I sat down in the rocking chair with him and picked up the Wiimote. I found the Connect Four game. Hmm I used to like this when I was little. I didn’t think it would be too hard to play while I held the baby.
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My name is Shari. I am a midlife Christian stay at home mom and Grammy. We have 7 kids, but only 3 left at home. They range from ages 11 to 35. I blog at Faith Filled Food for Moms and Grandmothers about my faith, parenting, step parenting, grand parenting, gardening, cooking, blended families, addiction, . . . → Read More: Laughing in Church
I told you a little bit about the annual race last year. This was to be my seven-year-old daughter Joy’s last boat race as next year she promotes to the next club. She won first place the last two years. I kept telling her that she might not win this year. “But that’s what you . . . → Read More: Sparkie Regatta 2012
Keeping the kitchen clean is a huge challenge for me. Even though my seven and ten year old daughters help, it seems that the kitchen is rarely completely clean and clutter free.
I was thrilled to be contacted to review the Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System! I excitedly found myself on their site taking the . . . → Read More: #Lysol Kitchen Challenge
Sunday was crazy. My five-year-old daughter Grace was singing in both services with the children’s choir so we had to be there at 8:15. I understand the need to be there early, but boy is it tough to get this family ready and out by that time. It was rush, rush, rush. One child yelling . . . → Read More: God’s Gift
Here is the super simple meal I threw together for our St. Patrick’s Day Celebration! I was so excited when I found shamrock shaped ravioli! The package said it was imported from Ireland and assured me it was an Irish tradition, but aside from that I don’t think anything else was actually Irish, but green . . . → Read More: St. Patrick’s Day Menu
Since St. Patrick’s Day was on a Saturday and Jason would be home all day I didn’t want to spend all day in the kitchen making three different meals like I did the year before. We had a simple breakfast and then for lunch I splurged, using the money that we’ve earned blogging, and took . . . → Read More: The Lorax Movie
On the evening before St. Patrick’s Day I placed all the necessary items for a simple but festive breakfast on the table. The next morning Bobby woke me up at six in the morning and wouldn’t go back to sleep. Reluctantly I got up, but I was SO tired. When he got sleepy again around . . . → Read More: Our St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast
Esther and I have become BlogFrog buddies, and I am delighted to be guest posting for her today!
Emmy was crying as if her little four-year-old heart was broken.
She ran to the window, waving at her Daddy and sister as they drove away early that morning. They were going skiing up in Wisconsin. . . . → Read More: From Tears to Smiles
I had a bright (pun intended) idea to have a yellow food menu to bring in spring! I know I do crazy, silly things, but it’s FUN! We brainstormed yellow foods that would be easy to throw together as it was going to be a busy day. This is what we came up with:
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