The holidays can be fun times filled with loved ones, but the aftermath can have us wanting to leave and not return for a long long time! Here’s how a mother of 10 is coping.
Since it is the end of the year, I thought it would be interesting, at least to me to list out everything that has happened for us this year, so I tried and quickly decided that it was in fact not that interesting. Instead, I have decided to add in the Christmas letter that we sent, just yesterday, to family and friends.
As we enter this winter season we reflect on past season in our home and realize with 12 people, someone is always sick!
Over the years Jacob has had to use some ingenuity to fit our family in our cars. Luckily we finally have a van to fit us all, but even then we needed to tweak some things!
We are not ones to argue, with anyone, but this was our biggest argument that spanned over about a year. it’s from Jacob’s perspective and the lessons he learned from it.
I wanted a picture of my 10 kids dressed up for the nativity scene but I couldn’t find any costume tutorials that I liked, so I made my own. These easy and simple do it yourself nativity costumes are no sew and made from sheets and pillow cases I found at a thrift store. Make your own for your family to dress up for years to come!
My body is amazing to have 10 kids in 10 years! And yet I still have a hard time with it not being what I’d like it to be. Maybe if I were to choose to love my body like I do others around me.
Our only daughter had a ride to the ER in an ambulance last night. Here’s what happened and what we can all learn from it.
For this What We do Wednesday I’m looking for YOUR help the organize all our winter clothes and accessories! What are your best systems and tips to organize all things winter in the home?
I feel like asking why is critical to obtaining a useful graduate degree and I am not looking for a specific answer here.