Family Life

Creating a Christmas Budget

One of the most important things I’ve ever done is to create a Christmas budget. Most of the time I’m able to stay within my means, but there are times I end up going over a bit. I understand, of course, that this is a very special and important time of the year. Because of …

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Joyful in Hope

I mentioned in the post, Favorite Verses, that my favorite verse in the Bible is Romans 12:12; and in particular from the NIV translation: Be Joyful in Hope, Patient in Affliction, and Faithful in Prayer. I feel that, in life, this verse has been especially applicable and has gotten me through some very tough times. …

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Always Be Yourself

Always Be Yourself In blogging, and most importantly, in life- always be yourself; even if that means standing alone. At least you’ll know, at the end of the day, that you stood true to your own convictions and that is something to be proud of. This is something that I want to instill in my …

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One of the foundations for our homeschool experience is reading. I try to read to my youngest 20 minutes a day if not more. Here are a few of our favorite books for babies that we still enjoy.

Books for Babies

When I first made the decision to stay at home with Squeaker, I also knew that it would mean not sending her to daycare. I was perfectly okay with this and to be honest, daycare just wasn’t something that we could afford. Most, if not all, of my income would go towards daycare expenses and …

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