I'd like to introduce you to Breanna's twin, Windy. We thought Windy would only be with us for a couple of weeks, but that couple of weeks has now turned in to 4 weeks and we just got word that she'll be with us for a while longer, at least. Last night, I decided that since this oxygen tank had become more of a permanent fixture in our home that she needed a name . . . I suggested the idea to my ... Read More about Meet Windy
Sending My Oldest One Off To School
Many years ago, before I had kids, my sister sent her oldest child off to school and I remember my mom telling me that my sister cried when she dropped her daughter off. I chuckled a little, not to make fun of her but because I thought it was cute. Even after I had kids of my own, I always thought that I would NEVER cry or have a hard time sending them off to school. And then, it came to be my ... Read More about Sending My Oldest One Off To School
The Breakfast Project: Week 3
Its almost like this is getting easier & easier which is what I was hoping so that by next month, I can start focusing on other goals/projects while keeping up with this one with little effort since its become a habit. Week 3 consisted of: Days 1 & 2: Breakfast Pizza - This is a recipe I've had for years that we usually make for dinner instead of breakfast. The kids haven't ... Read More about The Breakfast Project: Week 3
Week 2 of The Breakfast Project!
This week's breakfast project was even more successful! The kids loved every meal and are asking for more lemon muffins (if you haven't tried them yet, you are missing out!). I did resort to cereal on Sunday morning when we have to get ready quick and be out the door for early church, but every other day we had a home made breakfast! Days 1 & 2: Lemon Muffins -- even making ... Read More about Week 2 of The Breakfast Project!
The Breakfast Project: Week 1
I used to be great about making breakfast in the morning . . . & I'm talking about more than pouring cold cereal in a bowl. It wasn't that I was passionate about not allowing sugar coated cereal into the house or anything. To be honest, it was that I had a toddler who hadn't mastered the spoon in the cereal thing yet & I just didn't like to clean up the mess. It was far ... Read More about The Breakfast Project: Week 1