Thursday, October 1, 2015

Life Lately...


My brand-spankin-new series started this week…

And the first post?  A little bit of my story.
So hop over and read it pretty please!  I think you will find this series of posts really encouraging!
If you want to follow along feel free to use a special media venue of your choice (or more than one;) to do so!)


Our biggest little has been in school for about a month now.  
I was talking to the director the other day and she told me about how quiet BD was at school.  Que jaw drop… she talks all.the.time at home!  As  a teacher I have told this sort of thing to parents a million times, but never been on the receiving end.  It was not a negative thing just surprising!  Have you ever been surprised but what your child's teacher said about how they are at school?


Favorite posts from the week… check a few of these out :)
An inspiring book and some inspiring quotes…
A book about the Lord's Prayer for kids…

Improving Your Morning…


If I could get anything this fall to add to my wardrobe…
Boots like these:  Lucky Women's Basel Boot


This week has been about rest and God's provision… who am I kidding, God is always teaching me those things!
God brought me back to this post from a year and a half ago!!!

How has your week been???

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  1. need to check otu the improving your morning one! I definiely sleep until the last minute and then am rushing!

  2. Thank you sharing my morning post!!

  3. I'll be checking out your new series! Thanks for sharing!
    Trish - tales from trish

  4. I just want you to know I love your blog and I appreciate how authentic you are!

  5. Love your new series! My daughter is really quiet at school too, but man, she is constantly talking at home too! Hope you have a great weekend! Love finding another momma on a budget!

    Annie- All Things Big and Small

  6. I love those booties and your daughter looks so sweet!
    Morgan |

  7. What a variety of resources! Funny how our kids surprise us when they get out "on their own!"