Fall is upon us here in Northern Minnesota. The days are getting shorter, the temps are getting cooler, leaves are changing, farmers are harvesting, and pumpkin-everything is everywhere! One of our favorite things to do in the fall is to hit up a pumpkin patch. We found Mother, Goose, and Beans last year and put it… Read More Fall Fun at Mother, Goose and Beans Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch!
It’s the first day of third grade for my kiddo today. And while I know most moms are posting pictures of their kids who are excited, indifferent, or not happy about the school year while they (mom) is drinking a glass of wine or floating in a pool with a big old smile on her… Read More 5 Ways to Cope for the Mom Who Isn’t Excited for the Start of School
Living with intent changes everything. It changes they way we interpret things, and the way we respond to everything. I’m an emotional person by nature, it is my first response to situations, especially stressful ones. Choosing to live with intent has changed my way of thinking, and it’s made all the difference in my level… Read More Living With Intent
Children are emotionally charged little beings. As a mom of 3 kids, there always seems to be someone upset over one thing or another in our house. It is beyond me how a tv remote control can bring about such strong emotions… I’m sure I’m not alone here! As a mom who finds herself responding… Read More Parenting with Intent-5 Steps To Change ‘Emotional’ to ‘Intentional’
K has always struggled behaviorally in school. He was eating up to 3 pencils a day, even biting off the metal part and eraser. He fidgets in his seat. He likes to walk the room. He likes to visit when he should be working. He has trouble remembering to raise his hand and wait to… Read More ADHD, Anxiety, and Chiropractic Care-K’s Story of Hope
Disclosure: I am not a trained medical professional nor am I professionally trained in health insurance. This post is in no way to be used as medical or insurance advice. The writings of this post are of my own personal experiences only. This post may include affiliate links. It is amazing to think of how health… Read More How We Saved $9000 On Health Insurance with Healthcare Sharing
My oldest son recently got diagnosed as being dairy intolerant. He also was found to have an over-active adrenal gland and some of his mineral levels are severely out of the normal range. Due to these findings, he is on a very specific diet. He cannot have anything diary or anything derived from dairy products. … Read More Some tips on going dairy-free sugar-specific
I think this year I am more excited for my kids to be done with the school year than they are… You know the feeling… you wake up that last morning of school, and TURN OFF your wake up alarm for your kids. And if you are like me, you also TURN OFF the second… Read More Teachers, You Matter.
The past 2 years have been a whirl-wind for my family. We’ve been challenged in almost every major aspect of life. And now that we feel that we are on the other side of things, it’s interesting to step back and marvel at how God’s hand was in it all. The start of our major… Read More God’s Plan is not always Unspoken.
Disclaimer: I am not medically trained nor am I a trained nutritionist. This post is not in any way to be used as medical advice or dietary advice. This is simply my families experience with a diagnosed medical condition and recommended dietary guidelines. Our oldest son has always struggled behaviorally in school. His academic scores… Read More How we went dairy free and seperated sugars to save our son