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How the girls document their time here…

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 in About Me, teaching

All my girls have their own blogs. They haven’t been updated for 7 months but they are there. I read some article years ago where they mentioned that is probably a good idea to buy your child’s “url.” Meaning their full name .com so if they ever need it for personal or business use, you […]

Preschool with Mrs. Mom

I put Abby into afternoon Kindergarten for a reason. Shae takes her longest nap in the afternoon, exactly during Abby’s school time, so now Poki (Cameron) and I can have the afternoon all to ourselves!! I get them both ready for school at the same time and they both pack up their backpacks. I put […]

Uh-Mazin Around the Web

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011 in teaching

My camera is still out of commission. I didn’t realize how much my blog posts revolve around my pictures each week. They say the camera will be done anytime. Let’s hope. So for today I wanted to show you what is “Uh-Mazin” around the blog world this week: #1 I made these pretzel bites. Nope, I am lying. […]

Family Home Evening

Thursday, January 13th, 2011 in teaching

In my church I have the assigned job of “Relief Society Coordinator,” which basically means that with the help of a committee, I plan and put on a different activity every single month for all the women. It is geared towards different things each month: spiritual things, fun things, getting to know you, food or a service project. This […]

You Are Invited

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 in teaching

What we will go over: Is it too late to cash in on that Cash-Cow of blogging?   How to make your online business/blog more profitable. Blogging: Man vs Woman. Who has more power? Your life is not a bed of roses – Why you should be authentic on your blog. The train wreck of blog […]

The Time Has Come to Teach Her About Money…

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009 in teaching

… My almost 3-1/2-year-old has quite the obsession with money. I thought it was just a phase and would go away but almost a year later it is still going strong. She is very aware of it–how we spend it, where it is in the house, how Daddy makes it, so it is about time […]