Cram in those last few things on your Summer Bucket List, and enjoy looking forward to a new school year together.
Whether you’re looking for a cute bedtime story or something to keep them out of mischief on that long drive up to grandma and grandpa’s place, you can’t go wrong with a good podcast.
Part of the movie-watching-fun is watching the older movies together with the re-makes or re-boots. For example, It's interesting to observe the roles of women in the older movies versus modern movies through my kids' eyes.
What are you giving up for Lent? This question floats around my family every February as much as "What do you want for Christmas" does in December. Ideally, the small spiritual changes that we get into the habit of doing these 40 days of Lent become lifetime habits.
My sisters and I are extremely blessed by my mother's willingness to spend time molding our kids.
We read at least one chapter each afternoon together during summer vacation. Then, we rate the book & movie combo.
Unfortunately, the more children I had, the less time I had for reading.