Nurture

Do you ever wish that you could sit down and write letters to your daughter giving her advice from your experience on marriage and other important topics? Well one mom did just that AND she published a book for all of us to learn from and enjoy! It is Letters to My Daughters: The Art […]

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Do you remember spending countless of hours watching Little House on the Prairie when you were little? I do, and what fun it would be to rehash some of those old memories with our daughters. One of the ways you can bring back the memories of the Pioneers days would be to cook some food […]

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  Today we wanted to share a little gem of a book that we have run across on homemaking that we know you will enjoy–it is Mrs. Dunwoody’s Excellent Instructions for Homekeeping. It is old-fashioned and has these cute pictures on the inside that will make you want to keep reading. And Mrs. Dunwoody is […]

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Parenting is an incredibly tough job. Most of us probably didn’t realize just how difficult parenting would be until we became a parent. I’ve been a mommy for almost twenty years.  WAIT a minute… Did I really just say that–twenty (20) years?!? Let me just pause for a moment while I do the math– Yep. […]

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I know that many of you are raving kombucha fans and are very interested in making it on your own since that is supposed to provide the greatest health benefits–so I wanted to share this handy dandy Kombucha Starter Kit with you.     Some of the health benefits of Kombucha are:   includes antioxidants […]

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  The other day after we finished a tough homeschool day, I was thinking about our homeschool journey. I was thinking about the importance of academics, but that there are so many things I want my children to learn that have nothing to do with academics and everything to do with living life: You are God’s […]

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Beneath the snow my garden awaits the rebirth of spring. For months, there have been no visible signs of growth–no change, no movement, no life. Frigid and cold, the world outside my window appears to be locked in a state of suspended animation. The sunflowers stoop low under heavy caps of crystallized snow. The bean […]

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Last fall a group of women from my church started going through “The Excellent Wife” and “The Excellent Wife Study Guide” by Martha Peace together. It’s the fourth time that I’ve gone through this book and every time I have been both convicted and encouraged. It’s a book that can be studied by yourself or […]

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