God is Always Good: Book Review and Giveaway

Posted by · September 19, 2014 · 6:07 am · Building Our Faith, Penny's Picks

We have a really exciting announcement for you: The Sisters are now a part of Tommy Mommy! 

Tommy Mommy Book Review and Giveaway

Tommy Mommy is a select group of bloggers who were chosen as brand ambassadors for the Children’s Division of Thomas Nelson, Inc. What does this mean to you? It means that every month you will see us review a new Tommy Nelson title AND give one away to YOU! We’re really excited and honored to be a part of this group, and we are especially thrilled to be giving away such great products.  Read more »

Classical Conversations Cycle 3 Week 1 Overview

Posted by · September 16, 2014 · 9:05 am · Learning at Home

Earth Angel is officially in K-4 Kindergarten this year, and we are following the classical model of education as we homeschool her and Baby Love, her 2-year-old pre-school sister. As promised in my post explaining how Classical Conversations works and our plan for curriculum this year, I will be blogging about our experiences with Classical Conversations throughout the school year. I won’t blog each week, but I will be doing a smattering of posts throughout the year to give you a feel for what CC is like and how we implement it. 

Classical Conversations Cycle 3 Week 1

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The Power of Negative Thinking

Posted by · September 1, 2014 · 7:56 pm · Empowering Our Daughters

I’m currently reading An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth by Canadian astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield, and I feel like every page is a gold mine of blog post inspiration. Recently, I was reading his chapter titled “The Power of Negative Thinking” and sisters, did it get me thinking. You see, I had the incredible honor of being one of Col. Hadfield’s instructors at NASA when he was training for his expedition aboard the International Space Station, and while I hope over the course of our classes I was able to teach him a few things about the space station, I am pretty sure he taught me a whole lot more about life.

The Power of Negative Thinking: by focusing on the negtives that could happen you are better prepared for whatever does happen.

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How To Do Your Little Girl's Hair Like Anna and Elsa

Posted by · August 27, 2014 · 8:43 pm · Penny's Picks

Today we’re bringing you another installment of Penny’s Picks. This is a running series of Penny’s best finds online for your little girls, your whole family, or even you, momma. This post contains affiliate links, thank you for supporting Sisters Raising Sisters.

zulily Frozen Sale: Up to 60% Off

Save up to 60% on all Disney’s Frozen apparel, toys and gear at zulily on Thursday, August 28th!

With Disney’s Frozen being the highest grossing animated film of all time (and who doesn’t love a movie about sisters!?!), this is sure to be the wish on every little girl’s gift list this year, so you are not going to want to miss this sale.

To get you and your little one in the spirit of the sale, zulily has put together some special tutorials on how to create the magical updos and braids of Anna and Elsa. Pin and Share these images with your friends, and don’t forget to tell them about the zulily Frozen Sale. Read more »

Free Printable: Back to School “10 Things About Me”

Posted by · August 23, 2014 · 8:23 pm · Learning at Home

This year, as your kids go back to school, do not just take those first day pictures. Really remember what your kids were like by having them fill out this fun “10 Things About Me” free printable from Sisters Raising Sisters. 

10 Things About Me Free Printable

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The Empowered Girl’s Gift Guide

Posted by · August 16, 2014 · 4:06 pm · Empowering Our Daughters

The Empowered Girls Gift Guide

We talk a lot about being “Empowered Traditionalists” around here.

What does that mean?  Besides bringing us up to pursue whatever dreams we could imagine, our parents instilled in us a strong sense of duty and tradition. We were taught to understand that while we were capable of just about anything, we are also best equipped for certain roles — roles no one else can fulfill as we can.

We both spent several years succeeding in male-dominated career fields (Mustang Sally as a national sports television producer and Penny Lane as an astronaut trainer for NASA). Now, we are “leaning in” to motherhood – hard and unapologetically. Encouraging our daughters along a similar course is an important part of our daily lives.  

Big dreams are pursued, dependence is a dirty word, creativity is fostered, and intellectual curiosity is expected. Read more »

Please Do Not Be This Mother

Posted by · August 13, 2014 · 9:14 pm · Making a Home

Every year about this time, it starts. 

Mothers everywhere start to celebrate. 

And I cringe.

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Back to School Essential Oils

Posted by · August 5, 2014 · 3:39 pm · Living Life Naturally

It is that time of year again. The kids will be heading back to school and will bring home all kinds of new germs and challenges. I’ve put together my Top 5 Back to School Essential Oils to help you navigate the upcoming school year healthy, stronger and smarter.

Would you like to know how to promote better focus, retention, happy mornings and relaxed evenings? How about how to keep your kids well and resistant to viruses and bacteria they pick up at school?

Back to School Essential Oils

 

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