Look, I know you don’t think you need anything else to make from scratch in the kitchen. I get it, but…this is a must try. Homemade Maple Granola is something you have to make from scratch at least once. You’ll save money, your house will smell divine, and your kids will think you’re the coolestContinue reading “Homemade Maple Granola”
As Christian women seek to honor the Lord with their lives, these bible study tools for modern women are great resources to have on hand.
Many Christians are aligning with this idea that we are called to be lions in a world of sheep, yet it’s not supported by the Word of God.
Listen, I’m going to tell you right now…you don’t need to buy another boxed mac n cheese again in your life. This homemade bone broth mac+cheese is the only recipe you’ll ever need to make all of your from scratch comfort food dreams come true. This post contains affiliate links, meaning when you click onContinue reading “Homemade Bone Broth Mac+Cheese”
Last year I homeschooled a first grader, kept a pre-schooler busy, and worked around a baby. This year’s homeschool planning includes teaching two lower elementary children in second grade and kindergarten while keeping a toddler busy…
Don’t let this title fool you! Before you think you need garden fresh tomatoes to make this garden fresh tomato soup, allow me to set the record straight. You can totally use canned or jarred tomatoes instead to make this delicious soup. Garden fresh just puts it over the top incredible! After trying a lotContinue reading “Garden Fresh Tomato Soup”
Finding a meal plan rotation that works for your family is the only way meal planning will ever work for you. It’s totally ok to get meal ideas from other families. However, if you’re using someone else’s favorites and they’re totally new to your family, you might end up with funky looks and little eating.Continue reading “Simple Meal Plan Rotation for the Busy Family”
After nearly a decade of ordering household goods and groceries for my home from them, I definitely have a good record of Azure Standard staples that I purchase on a regular basis. Some of the items here are ones I save the most on verses buying from other places like the local grocery store, ThriveContinue reading “Azure Standard Staples for Home & Groceries”
If you’re not already making your own bone broth in your kitchen: you’re spending either too much on the good stuff or too little on the imitation of the good stuff. Chicken bone broth is so versatile in home cooking, as well as extremely nourishing and sustainable. This post contains affiliate links, meaning when youContinue reading “Making Chicken Bone Broth at Home”
As we wrap up this year of school, looking back on our first grade reading book list gives me all the feels. Whether you homeschool or choose an alternative learning method for your family, I believe having these books available to read will only enrich your child’s education as well as your connection with them.Continue reading “First Grade Reading Book List”
Knowing what to plant in your garden this summer is a great first step in extending your growing season! Did you know that places located closer to the equator have more than one growing season during the summer?
All photos of this Family Centered Home Birth courtesy of Stephanie Shirley Photography.Be sure to head to the end of this story to find the beautiful birth film she also created in addition to these images! That Morning The mid-December day started quiet and slow. My 6 year old joined me in bed first thingContinue reading “The Family Centered Home Birth of our Third Baby”
If there’s anything that 2020 has caused an increase in within our family, it’s making our home more sustainable. Starting a backyard garden became a high priority when food shortages were on the radar. After realizing just how hard they work, I feel a much deeper sense of gratefulness to farmers. When I considered whatContinue reading “Backyard Garden Fall Planning and Planting”
I’m sure, like me, you’ve come across it. You’ve faced it at the grocery store, or in conversations with neighbors. Perhaps it’s come up in your personal relationships, maybe even within the conversations between you and your own spouse. There’s a dangerous trend going around, one which I have witnessed myself over and over again.Continue reading “Love Your Neighbor: (Fill in the Blank)”
When I need relief for a sore throat and cough strike in my house, I am super grateful when I have all of the ingredients on hand for this quick recipe to find relief. It can also be useful for a pesky cough, as pineapple juice is fantastic for that. It’s actually surprising that IContinue reading “Sore Throat and Cough Relief Recipe”
September of 2015 The weather was a typical California “fall” that September. We were tiny living in our fifth wheel as a family of three with our firstborn and our dog, Gracie. It wasn’t too hot that month, we were still longingly awaiting the cooler weather. Our long pants were still neatly tucked away inContinue reading “Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss: Healing”
Another mass of darkness is approaching. By the time you can see it, you know there’s not much you can do to avoid what’s coming. You can make wise choices and seek shelter. You can do your best to protect things that might become damaged in the wake of the storm. Before you know it,Continue reading “If Only You Could See Above a Storm Cloud”
Motherhood. It’s enough to break you and put you back together in the very same breath, isn’t it? It’s the thing that I always circle back to being the biggest priority in my life, next to my relationship with God and my husband. Every time I’ve become too overwhelmed in my life, I’ve had toContinue reading “Within the Throes of Motherhood”
This healthy soup recipe is one of the most nutrient-dense dishes I feed my family, and it’s absolutely delicious. Kiddo-approved!
Our journey of switching to raw milk wasn’t a comfortable one, but it’s one I’m grateful for…here is the truth about raw milk.
It’s true what they say about the middle child, they really do get the short end of the stick most of the time. Roughly one year after my third son was born, here I am writing the story of how my second son came into the world. This is the home birth story of ourContinue reading “The Home Birth Story of My Second Baby”
If you value healthy living and organic practices surrounding food and products, then this Azure Standard overview is for you.
None of us are the same, but we’re also really not that different, are we? No matter what choices we make within motherhood and community, we long to connect with one-another to know that we are not alone. I have been immensely blessed with a community of women to pursue the call of homeschooling alongside,Continue reading “Motherhood and Community”
Photo Credit: Nicole Jackson Photography- http://nicolejacksonphotography.com/ And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them. This is how love is made complete among us so that we will have confidence on the day of judgement: In this worldContinue reading “The Hospital Birth Story of My First Baby”
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Hi, I’m Nicole! I am a full-time mama and wife. I spend most of my time at home with my kids and hubby. I’m a home-body, home-maker, and home-educator with a love for sharing truth in love. I’m so humbled to have you here!
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