Imagination Overwhelm

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I realize this will sound ridiculous to many of you, but one of my stresses as a mom of many in our season of life is plain and simple logistics. (Truthfully, it’s the thinking about ahead of time and getting myself in a tizzy, not the actual DOING THE JOB, which almost always turns out […]

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Mom’s Texting

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(Yes, I’m alive. Yes, my family is fine. Yes, I realize I didn’t finish the 31 days challenge. Ah, life.) I don’t know how to flesh this out in writing yet, because I don’t want to come across as complaining. I’m not. And I certainly don’t want to discourage anyone from having big families or […]

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Resourceful. Strong. Determined.

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“At least she’s resourceful.  And strong. And determined.” he said, a smile creeping in. “How did she get the lid open? Are you sure she drug it across the floor?” I don’t know, and Yes! Yes, she did! This is what we walked in on an hour earlier, past bedtime. (It’s always the worst to […]

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Girls’ Day Out

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I’m having so much fun plotting and planning Large Family Life posts based on your questions and suggestions. I’m also giggling a little because um, you’re going to be quite disappointed in some of my answers, I’m afraid. Question: “How do you eat a hot meal with the family when you have a baby?” Answer: […]

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Summer Learning with Zoobean

We barely took a breath in June. I had no worries about screen time or rotting brains because there was just.no.time. for laziness. That schedule continued into the first week of July, but it’s funny how things can take a 180° turn. “Go outside! Just play! Read a book!” Our kids went from overdrive to […]

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