What I’m Reading {March 2015}

What’s on the book-genda for this month? Here’s what I’ve been enjoying: On the Banks of Plum Creek (Laura Ingalls Wilder) – We finally finished Farmer Boy, and the boys have been excited to find out what’s happening with Laura and Mary Ingalls. I read this one

A Day on the Farm: A Homeschool Lesson On What Farms Are Really Like

Sponsored by Indiana’s Family of Farmers¬† My five-year-old loves to play a farm simulation game on his tablet. As you advance through the levels of this game, you add a few more elements to your farm. A few more crops, a few more animals, and before you

March 2015 Intentions

Well, it’s March 15th and I am just now getting around to posting my intentions. That should tell you how my March is going! I have been very busy, which is a blessing, but also occasionally keeps me away from this blog. That’s one of the things


I’ve been pretty open about the fact that I’ve gained weight since I started working from home about 18 months ago. Less time on my feet and constant access to my fridge has added almost 30 pounds to a frame that could’ve stood to lose 10 already.

What I’m Reading {February 2015}

Here’s a quick look at what I’ve been reading in February… Attachments (Rainbow Rowell) – I was nervous to read this book, because so many of my friends are like, “ZOMG RAINBOW ROWELL.” I was worried that her books wouldn’t live up to the hype. But when

10 Things I Never Knew Until I Was a Mom

Becoming a mother teaches you all kinds of things: funny things, heartwarming things, and downright frightening things. You can read all the books in the world, but there are some things you just have to learn by experience. Here’s what I’ve discovered about motherhood… Everyone is naked