Summer time is upon us! While it can be a new adjustment for some of us to have our kids with us all day, it is truly a blessing. Very soon, our kids will be grown, and all the time we had for making childhood memories will be gone. As a teacher, I am overjoyed that summer is here and that I am spending all of my time at home with my three littles.Read More
My Dearest Girl,
Honey, let me take a deep breath and begin by saying, I love you so much. I know that you and I are both TIRED. We are exhausted. But no matter how frustrating our days are, I want you to know that I love you so deeply. You test me sometimes. You try every shred of patience in me. But you are a blessing, and I am utterly honored that God chose ME to raise you.
This post is Part 4 in my May Homemaking Series. In this series, we are learning more about what homemaking is, why we do it, how we do it, and why it is important. In this post, we are going to examine how we must train our children to be future homemakers.Read More
In 2015, I did something completely crazy and wonderful– I flew overseas with a two year old and a ten month old. I have always had the travel bug, and I’d like to share the differences I’ve seen in my travels in pre-kid years and my travels now….Read More
When I was growing up, my family always had dinner together at the table. All four of us kids had our designated seat in the dining room that we took every night, with my mom at one end and my dad at the other. We would all help set the table.Read More
Hello friends, I’m back after an abrupt hiatus. I have to confess that I had simply become too busy to blog… or so I thought.
My kids had gotten sick several times, which included a five-day hospital stay for my 7-month-old son. Every mom knows what a monkey wrench family sickness can throw in your plans!Read More
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Hi, I’m Jordan Rios. Thank you so much for visiting my site! I am a wife, mother of three littles, and an ESL teacher. I make my home in East Tennessee…..learn more