When you hear about reading and parenthood, images of bedtime stories, picture books, and chapter read-alouds come to mind--the building blocks of literacy and establishing a love of reading in our children. But what about reading for parents?Read More
Living intentionally has been a concept that has been popping up around me for the past few years, it’s becoming a more mainstream way of life that helps us deal with the constant busyness prescribed by our culture at large. I thought this was a new concept that I would have to figure out and study, but as I delved deeper into the way to live intentionally I realized it has really been something I was raised in from a young age, I just didn’t have a name for it.Read More
Everyone has goals, but not everyone achieves those goals. In fact, research by Strava showed that most people’s goals for the new year fail by January 12. That’s less than two weeks! Two weeks of working towards something before giving up for the entire year.Read More
Ten years ago I was begrudgingly planning my wedding (I was not excited about the big church wedding it was shaping up to be), but more enthusiastically dreaming about the life that was just beginning. Matt and I would graduate from university in late April, get married in the middle of May, jobs and a place to live to be determined. We were facing the unique situation of immigration - I was born and raised in rural Pennsylvania, while Matt was from Halifax, Nova Scotia.Read More
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I could not have known the adventure I was signing up for when my husband, Jason, and I married nearly 13 years ago. Add to that the joyful chaos of our two boys, Weston (7) and Ollie (3), plus our third miracle baby boy who will join us this spring.Read More