Today’s the BIG day ~ our mother-daughter Tea Party ~ Belle and I LOVE everything frilly, fussy and fun ~ a time devoted to making forever memories with friends!!! I wanted to start the day off with a treat for my favorite tea party friend …continue reading
In Belle’s first five years of life she loved playing “big sister.” She fed, loved, sang and read to her baby dolls in such a gentle and nurturing way!!! BUT, if any of us were to refer to her as “little mommy” she would be …continue reading
We were involved with Cru campus ministry during our college days and over the years heard a thing or two about it’s ministry to married couples, Family Life. Family Life offers an awesome marriage conference, A Weekend to Remember. With our ninth anniversary approaching, he …continue reading
Aunt Ali Hosted a Super Fun Cousin Valentine’s Party!!! All the Kids Made REAL CUTE Valentine’s Cards Bennett LOVES Aunt Ali’s House! Auntie Ali, Coleman and Ava Grace Ava Grace LOVED the Heart Stickers!!! Bennett’s Focused Artwork Best of Buddies Lots of Love Brady, Coleman, …continue reading
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Did you know that farmers and ranchers make up less than 2 percent of the population!?! Did you know that the number 1 beef producing state is Texas!?!? We had the opportunity to experience an educational, hands on agriculture exhibit with some of our home …continue reading
Great Game and Commercials Watchin’ something guys?!?! What Game?!? Wrong Game! Who Needs the Game!?!?
Our church is going through a study on prayer. To get the most out of the study it was recommended for small groups to be formed. Our group has 7 kids under 7 and we opted to let them play while we watched the provided …continue reading
After finishing an apple, Little B and Big B ran outside with the seeds in hopes that tomorrow an apple tree would appear! I love that they are best friends and have fun digging in the dirt, playing dollhouse and dressing up as a knight …continue reading
We saw more horses at the All Western Parade than we had seen in our entire life combined!!! Nearly 100,000 spectators line the downtown streets to watch this annual event. Plenty of horses and other livestock was to be seen – but no motorized vehicles …continue reading