It’s a beautiful thing to eat a good soft boiled egg with toast in the morning, and egg salad sandwiches for lunch–yes, please! And those big family celebrations, how about … Continue reading Eggs Over Crazy! Friday Foodies!
Over here at JennyJennyGenesis we are big fans of pumpkin soup. We have made the curried version as well and truly dig all the pumpkin. Which I guess is weird … Continue reading Soups at Friday Foodies* Bonus Dairy-Free Latte
For many years my family has had “taco night,” which basically means anything Tex-Mex style, but especially Tostadas, loaded down with refried beans, onions, cheese, salsa, guacamole, sour cream, and … Continue reading Fandango At Friday Foodies
This is a favorite recipe at our house! The kids love to make it, and I love to eat it. It’s vegetarian, so it’s perfect for meatless Fridays in Lent! … Continue reading Zucanoes! Friday Foodies!
After the entourage of articles about the zoological malfunction/parental distraction/ unfortunate situation of the poor dear Harambe’s death…I am left feeling contemplative and also furious: here’s why. Most of the publications I … Continue reading Guerilla Momma Declaration
I started a reading challenge this summer, and had a nice long list of books I wanted to read. I still have the list. I KEEP ADDING TO IT. But, … Continue reading Reader Read This (More Than Happy) The Wisdom of Amish Parenting by Serena B. Miller with Paul Stutzman
A long while ago Abel and I rented a movie from the library that we really enjoyed. It was about a family with nine children who drove around in a … Continue reading The Traveling Life For Me
It was a lot of fun to write down New Years Resolutions with my kids! I was surprised by their awareness of what they needed to work on the most. … Continue reading Unraveling Resolutions, and Monogramming Towels….
Can you laugh at yourself? Can you really peel your mask off and get a good chuckle going…. about your own hang ups? There is a line in a song … Continue reading Weeding Out the Junk
Family planning for the Christian couple has many challenges. It’s not a simple thing, and it ultimately has to do with opening your heart to the work of being a … Continue reading Baby Planning, Not Planning, Pregnancy, and Living Open
There is much to say on this topic, and as I’m sure you’ve heard, Pope Francis is driving it home that it isn’t ok to simply isolate ourselves in a … Continue reading Neighborly Love