Your costume had to fit over a snowsuit Those boots in my hubby’s costume above? Yeah, those are Sorrel snow boots. 2. Houses were far apart and yards were big, so you had to work hard for each piece of candy It was like 0.9 miles per mini Snickers. You basically had to eat all…… Continue reading 10 Signs You’ve Celebrated Halloween in the Rural Midwest
Trying to get a shower in without letting your kids destroy the house? Here are a few quick, easy ways to keep your littles busy and pass a few moments’ time. 1. Bake something As a bonus, at the end of your activity there will be cupcaaaaaakes… 2. Come up with a secret handshake This…… Continue reading 5 Quick Ways to Occupy a Preschooler
Because dinnertime shouldn’t be battle time.
Because the awesomest, craziest week in ministry and trying to bake 150 cream puffs in two hours actually have a lot in common.
When the coffee pot breaks and you don’t have time to stop for any on the way to work. I’m a big girl. I can handle this. I am… I am a shell of myself.
When someone tries to offer my kid a third donut. Kidding. Sort of. Mostly. Just please don’t. #toomuchsugarturnshimintoatrex
Daylight Savings Time surprises me biannually with its awfulness. Pre-kid, DST is annoying. You have an extra cup of coffee or try to go to bed a little earlier. Post-kid? DST is the kind of thing for which Dante needs to invent another circle of H-E-double-hockey-sticks in his Inferno. If you, like me, are muttering…… Continue reading Why Daylight Savings Time is Every Parent’s Nightmare