Once dinner started, my husband told a joke: “Hey, Croft! Do you like sea food?” Then he held his mouth open and showed a mouth full of chewed food. The punchline is “See food!” Of course all the kids had to try their turn at this lame, but effective, joke.
Calling all families out there! I want to feature your families’ Service Saturdays on my blog. I think it will be a fun way to share service ideas. Here’s what you need to do:
Lately our family has kept the Tooth Fairy Depot hopping. Due to poor performance, our old Tooth Fairy was transferred to a family in Texas. She had been known to forget more than once and multiple days in a row. Our new Tooth Fairy stepped up her game and does things a little differently:
As I mentioned in a previous post, my nephew, Beck, died a year ago last Saturday. We wanted to commemorate his one year “Angel Day” with something special. We decided to spend April’s Service Saturday at the cemetery where he is buried planting flowers.
I am excited to let you know that I am teaming up with another blogger and she just happens to be one of my old 5th grade students. We both enjoy blogging and are going to put our talents together to give our readers more. Who knew that teacher and student would one day be peers?
Packing for trips stresses me out. Maybe it is because I always forget something or maybe it is a more symbolic stress of feeling limited. (Hmm…deep thoughts…) So you can imagine what packing for me plus 4 kids does to my anxiety level. I decided to take the stress and guess work out of packing forever plus transfer some of the responsibility to my children. I came up with a packing check list for kids: