Archives for May 2010

Braves on Memorial Day: Top Ten {Tuesday}

I thought we’d spend Memorial Day cleaning our house, working outside or maybe even watching movies. But when my husband announced he wanted to go to the Braves game, there was no other option. Even though it was supposed to rain and we didn’t have tickets, they would not be deterred. Nothing could drown out […]

Mob Society Twitter Party Tonight

If you are a mom of a boy you need to be at the MOB Society Twitter party tonight! It’s the official launch of the MOB Society website—a site dedicated to helping moms of boys raise their sons to honor God. I’m so excited about this site and can’t wait to learn more about raising […]

My New Favorite

Photo :: :: :: Asa helping me cook {do NOT ask what we are making…it did not turn out well…} Menu Planning Blog :: :: :: Menu Planning Mommies Bloggy Post :: :: :: Blogging 101: Media Kits from the wonderful Amy at MomSpark Great Idea :: :: :: Take Them A {a website […]


Recycled Canisters into Mushroom Village from Dollar Store Crafts {one day I will be crafty enough to do this!} Menu Plan for Preschoolers at Super Healthy Kids {a whole week’s worth!} What You Need From Your Local Yard Sales from Teach Mama {all the fun kids’ stuff to snag at yard sales this year!} Color […]

Finding Christian Books for Kids

I’ll be the first to admit that there are not a lot of great Christian kids books. I feel like I’ve read all of them. Every time I walk through a Christian book store I’m disappointed in the titles and even illustrations. But really, I’m disappointed with the quantity. But I never give up looking […]

Gardening Newbie

We have a garden! Like a real live vegetable filled GARDEN! I’ve been wanting to get it done since the end of April and it’s taken us this long to get it all together. Our back yard is kinda swampy and surrounded by boulders (literally). So, my husband and his bff built us a little […]

father's day card for kids

Vanessa is a regular contributor to Impress Your Kids. She is a stay-at-home mom to an energetic three-year-old, Juliet. They spend their days together reading books, attempting crafts, and occasionally beating tree trunks with large sticks. You can read more about their adventures at Silly Eagle Books With Father’s Day approaching, I have been trying […]