“If you want to see what children can do, you must stop giving them things.” –Norman Douglas, British writer in the 1900’s I think we have an epidemic. An epidemic of too much. Especially when it comes to our children, our homes and their play spaces. Too much noise, too many toys, too much clutter, … [Read more…]
What fun it is to celebrate the holidays with little children at home! This year was bustling with new activity. It was really Marlee’s (almost 4 years) first year to get into the fun of Christmas, the excitement and anticipation, and it was Hannah’s first birthday in November as well. First, it was a wonderful Thanksgiving … [Read more…]
I’ve been wanting to write this post for at least a year- maybe two. My husband was the one who inspired me and first educated me about choosing American made products. Whenever he would go to the hardware store he would always look to see where the item was made. If he could find what … [Read more…]
These are the only kind of snowflakes I want to have this time of year. I could tell you that I’m dreaming of snowflakes tenderly falling to the ground blanketing the world in white wonder, but the truth is I hate the cold and am glad I can wear my t-shirt today. The grass is … [Read more…]
We only sent a couple of Christmas cards out this year, but it was fun to watch Marlee help me “write” the notes inside!
“…let the light of your face shine upon us, O Lord.” Psalm 4:6