Booking Worming It: Book List!

reading list

This post contains affiliate links. Back in January, I posted goals for the new year, one of which was to read more. I am thrilled to report that so far this year I have kept this goal! I’ve read about half on paper and half on ebook. I really think I have been reading more […]

7 Kid-Friendly Ways to Keep Jesus in Easter

Easter mountain

This post does contain affiliate links. I’ve been surfing the web and Pinterest, trying to find some fun ideas for my family to keep with the spirit of Jesus this Easter! After all, Easter is the most important holiday for believers, even more than Christmas, in my opinion, so let’s not let Jesus get lost […]

Menu Planning for the Month of April

menu planning

Doing gluten-free trial and not posting menu plans on here really freed me up to think about other areas of the blog. So I’m going to start posting these menu plans monthly. I’ll include meal ideas I plan to use throughout the month. Any new ones that I use during the month, I’ll link to […]

A Gluten-Free Update

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A few weeks ago I was pumped to tell y’all about our big plans for gluten-free month, and I even had a month of meals and snacks planned out to show for it. So it’s time to check in. How have the last three weeks been? Personally, I really loved having to branch out and […]

Hi, Spring! We have plans for you! #NaturalProbiotic #CollectiveBias #Shop

spring wellness

I am a member of #CollectiveBias Social Fabric Community. This shop has been compensated as part of the social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser. This post is not a health care professional’s opinion. All opinions are my own. Welcome, Spring! Boy do we have plans for you! Anyone else tired of being […]

Life With Two Kids

life with two

Recently I asked on Facebook what y’all wanted to hear about, and I was tickled to hear from several of you that you actually wanted to know how life with two kids was going! I’ve been thinking about what to share with you. I thought I’d start with a glimpse of these last seven months. […]