Anna and Eliza started making an opera cake* yesterday and finished it today. They wanted to have a tea party, Regency Era-style. I had to record this for posterity. Some day their daughters will enjoy seeing these photos and hearing about their sisters having so …
Month: May 2020
Once upon there was a moose with an absurdly long mustache. He couldn’t figure out what to do with it until one day he meets…another moose (read: love at first sight) whose hairdo was ridiculously large and bouffant-y.
I dare you to read this children’s book and not smile. It’s sooo much fun!
My friend Khristine sent Moosetache (by Margie Palatini, illustrated by Henry Cole) to me years ago after she discovered it and loved reading it to her numerous crew. Our family has enjoyed it ever since.
I was so touched by this video that Lane showed us after church at home today. Being a member of a family, I have experienced the need both to repent of my mistakes as a daughter, sister, wife, and mother, and the gift of being forgiven by and forgiving family members. While this movie doesn’t explicitly discuss repentance and forgiveness, it demonstrates it, which is even better.
Aren’t repentance and forgive the best gifts ever we could give or receive for Mother’s Day?
I woke up this morning late. The sleep medication that I’ve been taking the last 3 weeks–which was for the first 2.5 weeks utterly transformative and miraculous feeling by allowing me to sleep again–hasn’t been working as well. This has left me feeling anxious, almost …