I am pretty excited about goings on here on the blog. Traffic has been way up, a few new posts, and a lot of planned posts.
Friday, Tiffany Montgomery shared How to Awaken Chivalry in a Biblical Marriage as a guest post here.
Yesterday I shared why Christians should care about the environment, and my favorite green products.
I also set up a guest post form. I am looking for guest posts to help fill in June/July/August since I will likely be a little too busy with our newest edition to blog, so if you are interested, please check that out! I would like to have everything in by the end of May, I will firm up a date a little later.
Tomorrow is the launch of the 2018 Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. It is by far my favorite homemaking resource. This year they are doing some free webinars leading up to the launch.
If you have been around here very long, you have probably heard me say that you cannot pour from an empty cup. Making time for God is so important. This afternoon-Tuesday April 11th- at 4pm EST Jami Balmet of Young Wife’s Guide is sharing on creative ways to grow in your faith.
The park behind the library that we usually play at before and after story and science times is closed, and slated to be torn down soon, so that was a sad discovery. A new, smaller (not sure how much smaller, the current one is not huge) one is set to go in further back, past a parking lot that is going in, so it will be a bit less convenient.. Should be done in time for the weather to turn colder this autumn…womp womp…a long summer is ahead!
Dropped the ball a bit on the spring bucket list this past week. Did some fun things, but nothing off of the list other than smelling flowers and picking more! The weather is supposed to be much nicer later this week (today’s high was 48!), so I am hoping to have some outdoor fun. We have a visit to a new museum planned for next week since this is our last week of story and science times for this session.I am also hoping to get the raised beds in for the garden this weekend. I did find this awesome Nature Scripture Scavenger Hunt printable from Amy Tol over at More Like Grace. I had planned to use nature to try to teach the kids more about God, and this makes it a bit easier on the pregnancy-brained mama!
Sunday night brought a great chance to talk to the children about being born again. Our oldest, B, had asked about it on the way home from church, so after supper we read the story of Nicodemus and Jesus to them. Still a bit over their heads, they are starting to grasp it, but praying that seeds have been planted.
I have a few more posts planned for this week, so please check back!
On to the linkup!
The Aprons & Pearls Link-up
“If you want to experience consistent victory and see it played out in the atmosphere of your home, continually look for areas in which the Holy Spirit is leading to greater obedience, and ask God what your part is in making that a reality.
This is a Christ-based weekly link-up to encourage others in their walks, and help Christian bloggers get their work out there.
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