I’ve been hiding something from you. I don’t love fall as much as other seasons. I’m sure it’s because I’m in Florida, but even when I lived up north, fall stressed me out because it was a sign 8 months of winter was on it’s way! Also, I don’t like pumpkin flavors. I know. I… Read More Fall tour + 2 printables
Last year we started a really fun tradition of making a thankful chain during the month of November. Most nights after dinner, each family member wrote what they were particularly thankful for that day on a piece of paper and we stapled them together in a chain. This is a tangible way to focus on… Read More Thanksgiving craft: Family thankful chain
You know that place between sleep and awake, that place where you still remember dreaming? That’s where I’ll always love you. That’s where I’ll be waiting. The boys had the idea to do a Peter Pan theme this year. And it was a good one! We had so much fun with it. I made them… Read More Off to Never-Neverland!
I shooed out all the orange for neutral fall colors this year. I went for everything that is wood and white and natural. There’s something simple and calming about it. Because it is subtle, I don’t think I’ll have a problem leaving it up until Thanksgiving. I’ll show you all the details and then how… Read More Neutral fall decor ideas
Exactly one year ago I was telling my friend Ashby that I need to do something to teach my kids to be grateful. She suggested purposely doing something kind once a month. Yes! So for the last year we have committed to focus on being grateful and kind. It has noticeably changed my kids’ hearts,… Read More The grateful project: A year of teaching my kids kindness
Dora’s shower was canceled when Hurricane Irma slammed into Flordia, and sweet baby Wesley is already here now! Our friend Estee had the idea to have a sprinkle for her during our monthly girls’ Bible study. So quick came down the rats and bats to make it a little more sweet for baby pumpkin. Yes, that’s right… Read More Fall baby shower decorations