Month: February 2012

Lasagna

Lasagna

The history of lasagna isn’t very interesting, believe me, I Googled it. But the satisfaction of eating it is well worth the effort. I have met lasagnas I have really enjoyed and some that, well, shouldn’t have been called lasagna because of the contents thrown between those wide ribbons of smooth pasta. Really, it is…

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Letting Off Steam

Letting Off Steam

A week flies by and I think back of what has been accomplished. Its a plethora of madness with a baby sprouting her first tooth, a toddler truly becoming a boy, me finding myself in new responsibilities at work and Chris being there to support us through it all. We are growing here and this…

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Take Heart

Take Heart

In my teenage years, between the stars plastered to my ceiling, I wrote verses with a Sharpie marker. They brought me direction when I was given options to take. My favorite verse, that still sticks strongly with me today, is: O Lord, you alone are my hope. I’ve trusted you since my childhood. Psalms 71:5

Knight Time

Knight Time

Once Upon a Time there was a little red headed boy named Ryder. Like most kids, Ryder loved adventure and the unending ability to learn new and exciting things. Every day in his life he would fill it with games, puzzles, jaunts and excursions.

Reviewing Sandra Boynton

Reviewing Sandra Boynton

Reading to our kids before bed is one of the best activities we can do with them in their childhood. The rhythmic conversation we can create every time we open a little board book. Or the captivating adventures that story books can create in our minds in a matter of minutes. This avenue of parenting…

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