I’ve started just leaving articles that I want to share with y’all open in Safari on my phone and at this point I have so many windows open that it’s driving me crazy! So I’m going to do a quick brain dump and let you take from it what you will.
Dear World: Let’s Stop Giving Our Crap to the Poor – I’ve never thought about it this way but I definitely will make sure that anything I donate is in good condition from now on.
Melt in your Mouth Buttermilk Pancakes – We’ve changed up our frequent pancake night to this recipe and man is it good. Plus I usually let the kids help mix everything together which gets them involved. Good stuff.
A new chocolate martini bar nearby? Sign me up!
I’ve never thought about praying for my kids future spouse’s parents (I have no idea how to write that correctly) but after reading If My Child Marries Yours I’ve been doing it daily in addition to praying for the spouse’s themselves.
Being a stay-at-home parent is a luxury — for your spouse. Such a neat perspective to the stay at home conundrum of feeling like you’re doing something productive when you feel like all you’re doing is washing dishes and wiping bottoms.
Obviously, he hasn’t had a great few games so this article on Alabama’s kicker Adam Griffith might have been bad luck, but to hear all he’s been through is a startling reminder that everyone has a different situation and you never know what God’s going to do with it.
In this hard season of an infant and two other young kids, this post on what marriage is and isn’t is a great reminder or things that we need to work on and things to be grateful for.
These 5 Tips to Help Your Daughter on Social Media might have the alternate title of “Things Everyone Should Read and Practice Online.”
I think I’m making some of these 10 Common Mistakes Parents Today Make, are you?
I love, love, love the thought behind this Ultimate list of 100 non-toy gift ideas! If I can remember it I want to add some ideas of my own at a later date!
Yet another post centered on parenting but I think also very applicable to relationships in general: Top 15 Things Your Middle School Kid Wishes You Knew
A very interesting article that makes you think through work ethics, authenticity, and appropriate business practices: How Madewell Bought and Sold My Family’s History