Every year, I plan an Easter Egg Hunt for my three children. I love to try out new ideas and change things up from previous years. This year, I found this Easter Egg Fitness Treasure Hunt from http://www.superhealthykids.com. With a few tweaks to customize Natalie's fantastic idea to suit our family, we're ready for Easter... Continue Reading →

How to Play Easter Trivia Egg Hunt (Another Ad-Lent Family Activity)

Our family is back with another Ad-Lent family activity! If you’re unfamiliar with Ad-Lent (which is our family’s take on anticipating Easter), click here to find out more. Easter is approaching, and there’s no better time than the season of Lent to teach your children about Christ’s sacrifice for them and his victory over death.... Continue Reading →

How to Play Jelly Belly Easter Bingo (An Ad-Lent Family Activity)

In previous posts, I have confessed my weakness for all things Advent related. Christmas is still nine months away, however... Easter approaches! March 6th was the first day of Lent for 2019, and although our family doesn’t celebrate Lent in the traditional sense, I’ve decided to use this season as an opportunity to teach my... Continue Reading →

5 Fun Ways to Get Your Kids to Clean Up

The house is an overwhelming mess and Mom is left with the arduous task of tackling what has become an unnatural disaster. Not only that, but she must also somehow motivate the children to help clean up – children who have anything but cleaning in mind for the day. How will Mom round up the... Continue Reading →

You Are Not Forgotten: God Sees You (Part One)

No one asked me if I would like to be born on December 19th. I suppose my parents, also, had little say in the matter. It’s no one’s fault, then. But it does come with its challenges. My mother tells the story of how, as a young child, I ardently pointed out to my father... Continue Reading →

1 Easy Tool That Got Our Family Moving Again After the Holidays

After four straight days of Christmas, I am in major slug-mode... It’s 8:33 a.m. The crackling fire log on my flat-screen TV warms me from across the room. Through the living room window, I have a perfect view of our front-yard evergreen laden with inches of heavy snow. Tiny flakes still fill the air, reflecting... Continue Reading →

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