The calendar shows me that June is about to expire as we head into July. For us, the school year begins in the second week of August, which seems painfully early to me. When August does arrive, it usually also brings back order to our days we prepare to get ready for a new school year. Lazy mornings are replaced… Read More
Father’s Day is just a few weeks away. If you haven’t already started to think about what to get for the special dad in your life, I’ve got the perfect guide with gift ideas for dad for all budgets! While you definitely don’t need to go out and buy an expensive, fancy gift for dad, it’s nice to think of… Read More
School is out for the summer and the kids are now home full time. The good news is that you don’t have to set alarms and get everyone out the door by 0’dark thirty barking orders like a drill sergeant. The better news is that you finally have more flex time in your schedule to do all those fun and meaningful… Read More
Planning for an intentional summer is a great investment into your family. Use this summer bucket list printable to brainstorm and create a list of activities your family would like to complete together over the summer months. I’m kind of glad it’s almost summer time, not because I particularly like hot weather (I don’t) but because it will give us… Read More
Do you want to celebrate Easter AND keep the focus on Christ? These 7 fun, family activities and ideas are perfect for not only sharing the story of Christ’s resurrection in age appropriate detail but also help to plant seeds of faith and hide God’s Word in your little one’s hearts.
Lent is more than just giving up something for 40 days. You can grow closer to God and grow your faith by preparing your heart for Lent with a little bit of intentional thought and some planning.