Zulily Private Sale: Girl’s Dresses Under $10

Posted by · January 26, 2015 · 4:26 pm · Penny's Picks

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We love Zulily, and you can’t beat the value of a cute dress! Starting today, zulily.com is featuring a huge selection of infant, toddler, and girl’s dresses. The best part is…they’re all $10 or less!

You can only get to the sale through affiliates like us, and the deals are sure to go quickly, so don’t miss out! Read more »

Under His Wings: Our Time in the NICU

Posted by · January 23, 2015 · 3:19 pm · Building Our Faith, Every Birth Is Beautiful

My baby is turning three this week. Baby Love is not a baby anymore. She can ride her balance bike like a pro, knows all 50 states and capitols and is an aspiring nurse-midwife. She is healthy and vibrant and hilarious and has a sweet, gentle soul.

After an all-natural birth, and a healthy baby, we thought everything was perfect. Then we got a call from the doctor that we needed to head to the hospital to be admitted to the NICU...

My pregnancy with her was nearly without complication. Some very early bleeding gave us a scare for a couple of days, and some spasming abdominal muscles made late pregnancy pretty exhausting, but overall things went like clockwork. I was all set for another unmedicated birthing center birth assisted by my super-hero coach/husband and the same wonderful midwife I had for Earth Angel’s birthRead more »

Whose House Is this?

Posted by · January 22, 2015 · 12:04 pm · Making a Home

It’s been a little quiet around here, don’t your think? 

If you are wondering why… it’s because this half of the sister team (Penny Lane‘s crew), has pulled up roots from Texas and headed east to Tenneesee! That’s right, this year, for Christmas, instead of decking the halls, we packed them up in a Uhaul and drove across country. 

But now here I am, in a new house full of boxes (and boxes and boxes), but with nothing on the walls. 

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It feel like a big, overwhelmingly empty palate. Read more »

Win a KitchenAid Mixer for Valentine's Day

Posted by · January 20, 2015 · 7:53 pm · Giveaways

Enter to win a KitchenAid mixer and the entire series of What's in the Bible? here.

Our awesome partner, What’s in the Bible? is giving away some amazing prizes for Valentines Day.  Read more »

Rediscover Your Inner Creative Genius

Posted by · January 14, 2015 · 5:55 pm · Making a Home

Rediscover Your Inner Creative Genius

Do you spend a lot of your time chatting about crafting and sharing advice, tips and embarrassing stories? Do you struggle to find the time or confidence to create or mend something all on your own?

Does this sound like you? Because I’m the type that identifies myself as a DIY-er, but I’m pretty sure I have more embarrassing stories that advice and tips! Read more »

A Star for Me Review and Giveaway

Posted by · December 24, 2014 · 12:07 am · Building Our Faith

A Star for Me-Review-and-Giveaway

Each year, our young girls anticipate getting the Christmas decorations down from the attic almost more than they anticipate Christmas day.  Opening the lid on each bin brings new excitement as memories of happiness pour out with each treasure they uncover.  

The stack of Christmas books is always somewhere near the bottom of a bin. It must be the reminiscing of sitting around the fire and the Christmas tree, reading Christmas books together as a family that makes them wiggle with expectancy.  They cannot wait to read every single one of those Christmas books, one after the other.
This year, we’ve added a new children’s book to our Christmas collection: Jean Fisher’s cute, rhyming story A Star for Me.

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I Can Learn the Bible Review and Giveaway

Posted by · November 25, 2014 · 11:09 am · Building Our Faith

I Can Learn the Bible Review and Giveaway

Scripture memory is very important in our family. I’m always looking for new ways to hide God’s Word in the hearts of my children, and I am really excited to introduce a new resource we received from Tommy Nelson this month. I Can Learn the Bible: The Joshua Code for Kids by Holly Hawkins Shivers is an engaging devotional and a great tool for teaching scripture memorization for children ages 4-8.  Read more »

Adopting from China

Posted by · November 24, 2014 · 11:26 am · Every Birth Is Beautiful

Have you ever considered adoption? We are honored to have a guest post today from a dear friend, Diane Dailey, who is in the midst of a journey of a lifetime. Her family is adopting from China. We’re so glad she’s sharing their story with you!

Adopting from China: A mother's journey to bring a little girl home to her forever family.

The other day I came across the statistic that more than 30% of US families are  interested in or feel called to adoption, but only 3% of family’s will actually go on to adopt.  I think there was a point when left to our own plans, we were at risk of falling into the 27%, however, it is amazing the way that God can orchestrate just the right set of circumstances to get you right where he wants you to be.   For me, that means we are now deep into the process to adopt a little girl from China.  We’ve completed our home-study and are hoping to have all our paperwork finalized to go to China by January; we’re told that we can expect to be traveling to China to get our little girl, 3-6 months from when our paperwork is received! Read more »

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