i also have a bigger family, 4 kids, 2 step, although we are all like family. I know its the seemingly little things that are actually the big things. love your pics, and simplicity. This is a life i am working towards. I truly enjoy your blog. Thankyou, and may God continue to richly bless you.christina
very sweet post.Blessings.Its a nice thing when we can look around to count our little blessings.
Beautiful post. I LOVE the baby cradle!
OH if we could all be consciously aware of all He's blessed us with!Come check out my hair disaster. It will give you a good laugh (just don't laugh too hard at me)
wonderful praises! I love that cradle, my FIL has made us 2 "antique" cradles, a raised one for our room to use beside the bed, and one low to the ground that we use in the living room. Our children have outgrown them, but we are now awaiting #3 in march, and i cant wait to use them again. I just love all things old-fashioned. (and well made, unlike most plastic stuff today!)take care. i love your blog :)-jackie
oh and just a question i forgot to ask, if thats ok!how do you organize your lesson plans? do you make your own template, or do you buy one of those lesson plan books they offer in the store? and do you make any kind of plans for the preschool aged kids?we are just starting out with homeschooling...i want a relaxed homeschool, but i like to be organized!thanks :)
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