Its December now, and if you aren’t panicking thinking of all the people you’d like to give gifts to this year but really can’t afford to, then you’re probably in the minority. Christmas time has become so commercialized that we really believe that the amount we spend on someone equates with how much we
I’m about to reveal some homeschool lessons I’ve had to learn the hard way. Never try and attend the cheap movie during the public school’s spring break…it is better when you get the movie theater practically to yourselves. Purchase your own copy of Cranberry Thanksgiving to read. It will never ever be available at
Dear Mom, back on the 13th of this month the US celebrated Mother’s Day. Maybe you woke up to a breakfast of peanut butter toast and orange juice prepared by your child. Or maybe you received a hand-made card with scribbles on it from your toddler. Maybe, just maybe, you were a little disappointed
This was a day in my life near Mother’s Day just a few years back: I have a splitting headache yet I have three sick children to care for. I have a child who is not cooperating that I have to deal with. I have a toddler who wants me to play baseball and
April Fool’s Day is always on the first of April. People like to play practical jokes on others and do other funny things. I have never really participated in all of the jokes and silly things that take place this day. That day could come and go, and I wouldn’t think much about it.