We've got three nights of home games this week, and this is our first week of religion classes for the year (I'm teaching the high school confirmation class.) So, suppers have to be make-ahead or crockpot meals to save my sanity and make sure … [Keep reading…]
My hubby coaches not only because he loves the game. He desires to build character in young men. Kudos to the coaches and players on these two teams, demonstrating that winning and losing are secondary. You can read more over at Faith & Family … [Keep reading…]
I have nothing against coupons, and use many myself, but let's not forget all the ways we can save without them! Be sure to check out #1-5 and #6-10.
11. Pay with cash. Ensuring that you remain aware of what you're spending, only take the amount … [Keep reading…]
During the fall we are on the go a lot. Packing meals and snacks for ballgames is a must for the protection of our health and our budget; but finding tasty, portable, and good-for-you snacks isn't always easy.
One new snack I can feed my family … [Keep reading…]
You can read the rest of the Mommy, Come Home series here.
If you haven't seen the look or received the (sometimes) well-intended comments, you will. "You're so lucky to be at home." "It must be nice."
How do you respond?
Me? … [Keep reading…]
Appealing and easy enough to throw together for the kids, but pretty enough for a party, it doesn't get much healthier than a fresh fruit tray. Served with dip, fresh fruit is a fun addition to any gathering.
Cream cheese apple dip works well … [Keep reading…]