If you read mommy blogs, follow moms on social media, are involved in parenting groups anywhere on the internet or you have mother friends you’ve likely noticed the craze with the “tree of life” breastfeeding images taking over. but how do you make one?
This year has flown by so fast, I can’t believe Christmas is this weekend!
In our house we spend Christmas Eve preparing for the arrival of Santa, and part of that tradition is leaving out cookies and egg nog. If you’re preparing for Santa’s visit or you’re just looking for some yummy Christmas treats, Northpole.com has some great recipes!
In keeping with the holiday spirit, let’s check out today’s Tasty Tuesday!
I know you don’t want to hear the C word, but I have to drop it in this entry.
Every year at this time I say “next year I’m going to start early” then the next year comes and I don’t. I can’t be the only one, right? This year I was a little ahead, but not by much. Typically I ask the kids to write out things they’d like for Christmas and then star or highlight their top few picks so that I know the one or two things they really want. I thought I’d share some of the top things with you guys in case you’re stuck on what to get the kids in your life.
Like I said last week, things have been hard lately. Finding the things to be thankful for in those moments can be trying, but then I realize that I have a great support system. This week I’m especially thankful for Hubby. He is my rock during these times.
Today we stop, to remember the people who fight for our country, the people who keep our nation free, for the soldiers still fighting and for those that will never make it home.
“A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself.”
“The brave die never, though they sleep in dust: Their courage nerves a thousand living men”. – Minot J. Savage