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The Story Of Jen’s Mad Car Care Skills

In Parenting, Reviews by Jen24 Comments

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SummerCarCare #CollectiveBias Our family is proficient in a great number of things. There are, however, two areas for which we have a bit of a deficiency; automotive repair and sewing. Straight up, whatever cumulative sewing skill we have, belongs with Jen’s Guy. I …

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Put A Little Breakfast In Your Banana Bread

In Cooking & Crafting, Motherhood, Parenting, Reviews by Jen22 Comments

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CerealAnytime #CollectiveBias My family loves cereal. I mean they really, really love it. In our house cereal is pretty much considered a great anytime meal or snack. I think this love affair with milky crunchy goodness has been passed down through our genetics …

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The “Gassy” Truth

In Motherhood, Parenting by Jen32 Comments

Because Google/Kiddle is awesome and my kids ALWAYS have questions, I recently came upon an interesting biological fact that I had not previously known. Did you know that the average healthy human passes gas 14 times a day?! Upon hearing this fact some of my children felt that in order to verify the truthfulness of this statistic they should do …

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Choosing That “Good Part”

In Motherhood, Parenting, Uncategorized by Jen26 Comments

There is a particularly poignant scripture passage in the Bible that I often find myself contemplating. This specific passage involves sisters Mary and Martha who have received the Savior Jesus Christ into their home for dinner.  Martha busily goes about preparing dinner for everyone, but notices that her sister Mary is not helping her to shoulder the work as she …

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Dream Big Princess

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 This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #InspireBigDreams #DreamBigPrincess #CollectiveBias When my middle daughter Rebekah was about 2 years old one day she looked up at me and pointing to herself stated, “I Princess.” I smiled and responded in the affirmative that yes indeed she was a Princess and she …

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You Can Call Me Lucky

In Cooking & Crafting, Motherhood, Parenting by Jen25 Comments

Last night I happily pulled out my lucky four leaf clover socks from the back of the drawer, because now that Valentine’s Day is over and done (whew) I am ready for St Patrick’s Day! I love this holiday, because A) I am actually Irish. I even have a green eyed daughter. B) The food is amaze-balls! So let’s kick …

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Ten Rookie Parenting Mistakes To Avoid

In Parenting by Jen37 Comments

Over the years I have been involved in some pretty epic parenting blunders, stumbles and just down right craziness. Things that just can’t  be made up and once seen can NEVER be unseen. Some of my experiences are almost made for TV fodder, perhaps like the time I could see that one of my children was a about to throw …