Now that you have made a master list of meals and taken inventory of your pantry and freezer, it’s time to make a monthly grocery list for your once a month grocery shopping list. This is fun for me! Look over your inventory and decide what you need. Also, think about any special meals you have planned that you will… Read More
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I love a good pumpkin bread recipe. When the temps start dropping and everyone everywhere is selling pumpkin everything, I want pumpkin bread! The cheapest way to get it is to make it yourself. It has taken me a couple years to perfect my pumpkin bread recipe. I love to whip this one up with the kids and the wonderful… Read More
Once you’ve made a master list of meals for your once a month grocery shopping trip, you need to know how to inventory your pantry and freezer. It’s important to know what you have on hand so you know what meals you can easily pull together. Doing all of this work before hand can really help you to learn how to live simply… Read More
I just realized I haven’t written any more posts about the deployment since our soldier’s homecoming. I thought I would do a little update for anyone curious what life after deployment looks like for us. It’s been nine months since our soldier’s homecoming. It doesn’t feel like he’s been home that long. The deployment is still so fresh in my… Read More
It’s time to do another update on our Journey Through My Father’s World Kindergarten. We finished up the E is for Elephant unit a few weeks ago. It was a lot of fun! We read a lot of great books and did a silly craft! My Father’s World is just too fun! E is for Elephant – My Father’s World… Read More