While Jason was home during our Christmas/New Year vacation, he tried to get some things done around the house when we weren’t playing games.
A piece of the floor had come off months before and he had thought he’d get a new one since the existing one was very scratched up, but with all the . . . → Read More: Marriage: Gotta Laugh!
“When Daddy says, ‘no’ and Mommy says, ‘maybe’ then the answer is yes because, ‘maybe’ usually means yes and Mommy’s the boss,” said my daughter in the back seat about whether or not we were going to go out to eat. My husband and I turned and looked at each other.
“See, we always do . . . → Read More: Who’s the Boss?
We had just gotten home from a trip. One of the girls came down stairs and said, “Mom, I like all those other bathrooms better.”
“What bathrooms?” I asked her. I couldn’t imagine what she was talking about this time.
“Like the ones at In & Out,” she replied.
“Why do you like those better?”
. . . → Read More: Funny Kids Quotes about Bathrooms
My father-in-law had called wanting Bobby’s social security number. He didn’t believe me when I told him what it was. He thought for sure that I was joking. My son’s number does in fact begin with 007. I suppose we might as well start calling him Bond!
Jason then took the phone from me . . . → Read More: Funny husband dumb smart phone
If you’re new here, Frieda is my wonderful mother. Today she is continuing some deputation stories from when she and my dad first started out as missionaries. If you missed it, part one is located here. Enjoy her story below.
At one church, we were again asked to stand in front of the communion . . . → Read More: Funny Missionary Travel Stories
As I’ve shared in the past, when my husband can be very one track minded. He can be so focused on something that at times he doesn’t know what his own hands are doing. This can make for some funny situations.
One time we were visiting at the house of some friends. My husband had . . . → Read More: Funny Family Stories about my husband
If you’re new here, Frieda is my wonderful mother. Today she is sharing some deputation stories from when my parents first started out as missionaries. Enjoy her story below.
In 1963, when we were newly appointed missionaries bound for Central America, we set out on “deputation.” I don’t know if that is still the . . . → Read More: Funny Missionary Stories
Teaching Textbooks is the best new decision we made with homeschooling this year. For the first time my kids enjoy math! It is a computer program that gives them instant feedback on their answers! Gone are the days when I’ve gotten five lessons behind in my grading only to realize my daughter was doing them . . . → Read More: You know you’re an awesome homeschool mom when…
Halloween has never been a big holiday at our house, but we like any excuse to have fun as a family. I’m all for dressing up in silly costumes and getting free candy. However, we do not purchase a new costume for each kid every year. I have accumulated a closet of costumes. So . . . → Read More: In Costume
When we were growing up my mom and sisters were great seamstresses. They also enjoyed various kinds of similar projects such as quilting and knitting. Well all those arts that require a needle look about the same to me. Their projects seemed to accumulate faster than they could finish them, so it seemed like . . . → Read More: Humor in Marriage