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A Child’s Faith

I have spent a lot of time teaching my daughters about prayer and trusting God. I have also taught them to expect miracles. Seeing that I have several years of knowledge and experience ahead of my daughters, sometimes I have gotten…
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Life Lessons at the Airport

  Last week I took my first trip without my daughters in seven years. It is hard to believe that I have not flown alone in such a long time. Since I spent a lot of time at the airport…
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How to Make Crayon Hearts

  Those of us with kids have this! Instead of throwing them in the garbage, we can re-use them to make crayon creations.  For Valentine’s Day, we made crayon hearts.  I originally got the idea from Pinterest but I changed it…
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Learning to Give and To Share

My oldest daughter was an only child for 5 years.  She has always been very kind and for the most part shares her toys with her friends.  However, now that her little sister is here she has naturally become more…
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The Joys of Apple Picking

 My family and I went apple picking today.  I was reminded on what a wonderful low-cost activity this is for the family.   I think even my 7-month-old had a blast.  I remember enjoying doing this as a kid and it…
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Best Way to Organize Puzzles

Best way to organize puzzles

Ever wonder what is the best way to organize puzzles? My daughter loves puzzles. And I love that it gets her mind thinking and keeps her entertained.  What I don’t like is that all these puzzle boxes are everywhere and…
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