I love watching this incredible love relationship between father and sons. They find great delight in pulling pranks and tricks on each other and both boys thoroughly enjoy the opportunity
Homemade Mod Podge
Homemade Mod Podge is easy and cheap to make - but before I share how to do that I need to quickly point out that you might not want to make it yourself. If you are making projects
"Much dreaming and many words are meaningless. Therefore stand in awe of God."
As I have shared in the past one of the habits we hope the boys make a life long habit is expressing gratitude to people. Birthdays and Christmas have proven to be excellent opportunities to teach
My boys and I had so much fun making this gift for one of their friends for his recent birthday! I was inspired by the Gifts in a Jar we'd made as Christmas gifts - I just love the randomness of little
"Mama - what does hair spray do?"
... now you know son. Now you know.
Marshmallow + food coloring + skinny paint brush = an incredibly fun evening making new friends.
Haven't quite decided what to do with the marshmallow art, but we'll come up with something fantastic!
Last year I happened upon the happiest of discoveries; buying Paul's birthday presents and dividing them up so he got one per day leading up to his birthday made him excited about his gifts.
The Habit of Thankfulness
This was such a powerful tool for reinforcing the need for developing the habit of being thankful that I wanted to pass it on.
I had the boys wiggle their fingers while
"If you don't like where you are CHANGE IT!
You are not a tree."
Quote by Jim Rohn