• 7 Best Adoption Book Ideas for Parents

    When I first had the inkling to adopt, one of the first things I did was scour the internet for adoption book ideas. I wanted to read alllllllll the adoption stories I could. Reading adoption books confirmed in my head what my heart already knew, we were meant to adopt. I get asked all the time what books we read

    7 Best Adoption Book Ideas for Parents
  • 30+ Quick & Easy Camping Meal Ideas

    This weekend marks the unofficial beginning of summer and with that comes a whole lot of camping for folks. Is there anything better than sitting around an open campfire, unplugged and hanging out with those you love over a good meal. However, I enjoy the resting and eating more than the cooking so I asked my social media community (join

    30+ Quick & Easy Camping Meal Ideas
  • Simple Teacher Gift Card Idea + Printable

    School is about out for the summer and what a year it has been.  Our teachers have been hard at work navigating teaching our students online, in person and everything in between.  So, as we wrap up the year I have a simple teacher gift idea to say thank you. Having been a teacher myself, I know the time and

    Simple Teacher Gift Card Idea + Printable
  • 35 Quick & Easy Dinner Ideas for Busy Weeknights

    It’s the end of the school year around here which means our schedule is full of festivities, which we are extra thankful this year, but that means we are often in a time crunch around dinner time.  This often means meal planning goes out the window, but if there was ever a time to meal plan, THIS IS IT. The

    35 Quick & Easy Dinner Ideas for Busy Weeknights
  • Simple Ways to Help Fight Food Insecurity for Kids & Orphans

    In 2019, I saw his tiny face for the first time and then on June 10th, 2019 they placed my son in my arms. At 25 months old, he weighed 19 lbs, he felt small and frail as I held him close. It didn’t take us long to realize the toll malnutrition had taken on his body and cognition. Sadly,

    Simple Ways to Help Fight Food Insecurity for Kids & Orphans

7 Best Adoption Book Ideas for Parents

When I first had the inkling to adopt, one of the first things I did was scour the internet for adoption book ideas. I wanted to read alllllllll the adoption stories I could. Reading adoption books confirmed in my head what my heart already knew, we were meant to adopt. I get asked all the time what books we read…

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30+ Quick & Easy Camping Meal Ideas

This weekend marks the unofficial beginning of summer and with that comes a whole lot of camping for folks. Is there anything better than sitting around an open campfire, unplugged and hanging out with those you love over a good meal. However, I enjoy the resting and eating more than the cooking so I asked my social media community (join…

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Simple Teacher Gift Card Idea + Printable

School is about out for the summer and what a year it has been.  Our teachers have been hard at work navigating teaching our students online, in person and everything in between.  So, as we wrap up the year I have a simple teacher gift idea to say thank you. Having been a teacher myself, I know the time and…

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35 Quick & Easy Dinner Ideas for Busy Weeknights

It’s the end of the school year around here which means our schedule is full of festivities, which we are extra thankful this year, but that means we are often in a time crunch around dinner time.  This often means meal planning goes out the window, but if there was ever a time to meal plan, THIS IS IT. The…

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Simple Ways to Help Fight Food Insecurity for Kids & Orphans

In 2019, I saw his tiny face for the first time and then on June 10th, 2019 they placed my son in my arms. At 25 months old, he weighed 19 lbs, he felt small and frail as I held him close. It didn’t take us long to realize the toll malnutrition had taken on his body and cognition. Sadly,…

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Create May Day Baskets

I remember gathering all the necessary supplies out of the cupboards.  Things like cups, pipe cleaners, popcorn, and candy.  My mom would help my sister and I make our homemade May Day baskets. When we were all done we would hop in the car and my mom would drive us to our friends’ homes.  We would dash out of the…

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Easy 4-Ingredient Ravioli Lasagna Bake

Who doesn’t love lasagna? However, with 4 kids, in this season of life making lasagna from scratch is not feasible so when we were visiting my parents in Arizona for spring break, my mom served us Costco’s ravioli lasagna and i thought I could make this easy dish at home. We have had this easy ravioli lasagna bake several times…

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Grilled Greek Chicken & 5 More Easy Grilled Chicken Breast Ideas

Praise be, it’s grilling season. Nothing better than the smell of grills firing up around the neighborhood. We love grilling, there’s less kitchen mess and lots of simple meals. We, especially love grilled chicken breast but sometimes you need to spice it up but I don’t have a lot of time so I want some easy grilled chicken breast ideas!…

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8 Leftover Hard Boiled Eggs Recipe Ideas

Easter has just passed us by and one of our family’s favorite traditions is coloring hard boiled eggs but that means there’s a whole lot of eggs to eat. So, what do you do with the leftovers? Here’s 8 leftover hard boiled eggs recipe ideas. 8 Leftover Hard Boiled Eggs Recipe Ideas Classic Egg Salad Sandwiches Egg Salad BLT Sandwiches…

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Easy Cilantro Lime Shrimp Tacos

We love tacos. We reallllllly love tacos. My family could eat tacos every single night of the week, every single week of the year but sometimes you just have to mix things up. One of the ways I do that is with what I put in my tacos. Tacos can be more than ground beef, I know, it’s true. Enter…

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