At a recent gathering after the funeral of a beloved family friend, and with blotchy, tear-stained faces, some of my sisters, our parents and I had a long conversation about books. We each pulled out our favorite list-making tools (phones for most, a random scrap of paper for one and my
Month: March 2016
Month: March 2016
I am delighted to share a new coloring page with you today. Just in time for Easter, the inspiration from this page comes from the beautiful story of Christ’s resurrection in Matthew 28. The two Marys travel to Jesus’ tomb and when they arrive they are met by an angel
Using the Names of Christ advent added so much to our celebration of Christmas last year that I was inspired to create something similar for Easter. I am delighted to be able to share that with you (for free!) today.
Easter is quickly approaching this year, and with that in mind I am happy to join with Sugardoodle and Mormon.org to share the inspiring new Hallelujah video. As part of the celebration, I get to share some gorgeous resources with you today. Six amazingly talented women created free downloadable products
The past month has been full of really good reading for me. Aside from one book I thought I loved that I ended up casting aside (400 pages in!), I really enjoyed each of the books I finished. Here’s what I’ve been reading lately. What’s on your nightstand? Dear Mr.
While it’s fun to celebrate baby animals and the arrival of springtime at this time of year, our family has tried very hard to keep the focus of Easter on the resurrection of our Savior, Jesus Christ. One of the ways we accomplish this goal is that the Easter Bunny
I am participating in the #MyForeverFamily Challenge with 14 other awesome bloggers during the month leading up to Easter. The challenge is all about diving into Family History and celebrating families and Easter in meaningful ways. Trust me when I say you want to check out the resources from all