With the Pokémon craze back in full swing I couldn't help but create a life-sized Pokémon Go game for my son, Tysons, ninth birthday. The party was complete with pokestops, pokeballs, and of course... Pokémon!
A story of how I doubted and learned the power of faith. I learned this through this through this experience of having my phone and wallet stolen.Though it is hard to accept the hard moments in life. We can keep moving forward and there is always another day.
Never for moment have I thought that having a miscarriage or loss of a child would be easy. Nothing about it is easy. And with each Facebook or blog post, each discussion, every time I heard of someone, my heart has always ached.
In the church I attend, the LDS Church, we can accept a calling or responsibility to visit a few women in our neighborhood or ward. When we visit the women we are assigned, we are to get to know them, help them with what they may need whether physically or emotionally, and then to leave them with a spiritual message. Every month I share the visiting teaching message here on my blog and also create a free printable to go along with the message. This months message is centered around the theme, "Parenthood is a sacred duty."
So you've kinda got this blogging thing down? You're getting business and getting busy? Here are a list of useful services, most free, that can help cut down your time on the back end. At the end of the post I share my experience with hiring an assistant and intern.
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With summer coming to an end we are trying to get outside any chance we get. But with school starting and the weather cooling down we found ourselves a little under the weather. After recovering we were able to get outside and do a summer scavenger hunt. I've created a free printable so you and your family can enjoy too.
Tomorrow is the last day of summer for our kids. Summer always seems to speed by! Well with the new school year I decided to make my kids something and ended up with these custom name tags. Only it didn't stop there, I found so many ideas I wanted to share over dozen ways to accessorize a child's backpack. So in this post I share over 20 different ways your child can personalize their backpack.
With the summer flying by here is the August LDS visiting teaching message and FREE printable.
This month the message is about marriage and families. It is titles Nurturing Families together.
Hey there! Summer is going way too fast! So I decided to make a summer craft before the seasons over. Here is a summer floppy word hat DIY. This craft cost under $15 and is really quick. It's also really trendy right now and so fun to add something to your summer wardrobe.