Cream Cheese Apple Dip

This apple dip is one that my mom made for me growing up. It is delicious and easy to whip up. It only has 3 ingredients; cream cheese, brown sugar and vanilla. Even my boy, who hates all things cream cheese, enjoys it! Print Cream Cheese Apple Dip Ingredients 1 – 2 bricks cream cheese… Read More Cream Cheese Apple Dip


Simple and Delicious Breakfast Burritos

I had plans this week to make some breakfast burritos in bulk so that we would have quick, healthy breakfasts in the mornings. Well, when I did my online grocery order, I ordered the wrong size of tortillas, so I won’t be making them in bulk. I did decide though, that I would make them… Read More Simple and Delicious Breakfast Burritos


Finding Contentment in My Homeschool

The last few weeks, my brain has been filled with thoughts of the upcoming school year. Yes, it is still 8 months or so away, but I like to plan ahead so that I have time to gather supplies, make copies, put together student notebooks, organize, etc. We have always used My Father’s World, and… Read More Finding Contentment in My Homeschool

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Inside the RV – Girl’s Room

Our RV has 3 separate bedrooms. This is the reason we bought it. So far we have 4 daughters. They all share the same bedroom which is at the rear of the RV. Let’s go on a tour shall we? This is what you see when you walk into the room. We keep our deep… Read More Inside the RV – Girl’s Room

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Our Trip to Dallas

Right before Christmas we took a small vacation to Dallas, TX. We live about 3 hours from there so we decided that while we are living close and my husband had time off, we would visit. The two places we chose to go to were the Legoland Discovery Center in Grapevine, and Medieval Times. Legoland… Read More Our Trip to Dallas

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Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum

My family and I took a trip to the Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum in Seminole, Oklahoma. Their slogan is, ‘Where children play to learn… and adults learn to play’. We had a wonderful time so I thought I would share some pictures and information about the museum on the blog. Because the weather here has… Read More Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum


Tips for Teaching Your Child to Read

I am not an expert in teaching reading. So far, I have one child who is a very good reader, and 2 that are making progress. My 12 year old daughter is an excellent reader. She loves to read. We can go to the library, get books, and she will have read a whole chapter… Read More Tips for Teaching Your Child to Read


MFW – Exploration to 1850 – Midyear Review

We are just about half way through our curriculum for this year. For those who don’t know, we are using My Father’s World – Exploration to 1850 for Bible, history and science. I have a 6/7th grader, a 3rd grader, 1st grader and several littles. Bible For Bible this cycle, they have planned to memorize… Read More MFW – Exploration to 1850 – Midyear Review

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7 Kitchen Appliances I Can’t Do Without

*This post contains affiliate links. That means if you buy something through a link, I get paid.* Living in a 41 foot RV with 9 people means there isn’t a lot of storage space. When we moved in, I had to pick what was most important for me to bring. Here are the 7 kitchen… Read More 7 Kitchen Appliances I Can’t Do Without

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6 Simple Lunch Solutions

Noon is such a hard time for me to make a meal. It seems like we are just getting the groove to our day, and then we have to stop to have lunch. I️ don’t want to spend a lot of time with this meal so I have come up with 6 simple solutions. 1.… Read More 6 Simple Lunch Solutions