Free Natural Laundry Detergent and More!

You guys I just love when Grove offers amazing new gifts for their customers! This week’s offer is probably my favorite ever- FREE natural laundry products! For new customers, click here to add these items to your cart and sign up for your new account! Seventh Generation Free & Clear Laundry Detergent Seventh Generation Free & Clear […]

“I’m Bored” Free Printable

Hi there! Hard to believe another weekend of summer is in the books. It was pretty busy for us, with a basketball game, swimming at the YMCA, a welcome home party for a missionary friend from our church, going to church, and hosting a baby shower at our house. Today we have friends from our […]

The Ultimate Summer Reading Guide for Christian Women

Do you ever get stuck in a rut of reading the same kind of books over and over again? I so often get stuck in a rut of reading fiction if I’m not intentional about picking out different types of books. There’s nothing wrong with fiction (as long as it isn’t trashy!) and there are […]

Relaxing in the Best Way

I mentioned a few posts back that I had hurt a nerve in my wrist/arm somehow. The pain was pretty excruciating for a few days while I was doing exercises to help resolve the problem. I was so thankful that the Lord was gracious and orchestrated that I just “happened” to have a massage set up that […]

Help! It’s the last few weeks of school!

Hey friends! I don’t know about you, but I am r.e.a.d.y. for my kids to be done with school for the year! We have loved our new school this year (they’re on campus 2 days a week and homeschool the rest of the week) but we are all ready for some summer fun! I’ve rounded […]

5 Books to Read Before you Adopt or Foster a Child

Hey friends! I’ve been wanting to talk more about foster care and adoption for a while here on the blog. It’s a topic I’m passionate about and would love to talk to any of you by e-mail ( if you’re considering either! Since we’ve only gone through the foster care system, it’s the only experience I have, but I […]