Homemaking, Large Family

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

Homemaking, Large Family

Inside the RV – Kitchen Tour

The kitchen is central station for a large family. Especially one who homeschools and eats 3 meals a day, plus snacks at home, everyday. Our kitchen is a tiny one. Our family of 9 lives in a 41 foot long fifth wheel full time, and we love it! Because the kitchen is the room we… Read More Inside the RV – Kitchen Tour


Inside the RV – Christmas Edition

Yesterday, the kids and I decorated for Christmas. I am so excited to spend Christmas in our tiny home this year! We didn’t go too crazy, just decorated the living room and front door. I thought I would share what we did with you. Our tiny tree – I brought this tiny tree back from… Read More Inside the RV – Christmas Edition

Homemaking, Large Family

How I Fold Cloth Diapers

Cloth diapers can be as simple or as complex as you make them. Here is a quick tutorial to show you how I easily fold and use cloth diapers.       The diapers that I use are pockets stuffed with flats, and flats with covers. I have a very small amount of storage space… Read More How I Fold Cloth Diapers

Homemaking, Large Family

A Simple Cloth Diaper Stash

    Are you wanting to try cloth diapers but not sure where to start? Today I am going to share with you my simple cloth diaper routine. I am not a crazed diaper lady. I have found the diapers that work best for me and that is what I use. I am not constantly… Read More A Simple Cloth Diaper Stash

Homemaking, Large Family

3 Tips to Feed Your Family Healthy Meals

  I have been doing a lot of research on food and the effects it can have on behavior. Not only in children, but also in adults. Just google the effects of food dyes and artificial flavors and you will have a vast array of information. Some of our children struggle more with anger and… Read More 3 Tips to Feed Your Family Healthy Meals


25 Christmas Cookies

I love how Christmas gives an excuse to bake all the cookies! I am thinking about doing a Christmas bake off and trying to bake a new kind of cookie every day in December. Here are some that I thought looked festive and yummy! These Snowball Christmas Cookies from Wicked Good Kitchen look like a pile… Read More 25 Christmas Cookies

Homemaking, Large Family

The Best Dinner Roll Recipe

These rolls are seriously the best rolls I have ever had. They are so delicious and sooooooo simple! There are only 6 ingredients. You whip up the dough, let it rise, turn it into rolls, let them rise, then bake. Easy peasy. Here is a photo tutorial to help you make them. Mix the dough:… Read More The Best Dinner Roll Recipe

Homemaking, Large Family

My Cloth Diaper Routine

I love using cloth diapers. They save us money, they are good for the environment, and they are way cuter than disposables. But they do require a little extra work. The work is not hard, but it’s necessary. I live in my fifth wheel, so my routine is a little different than those with a… Read More My Cloth Diaper Routine

Homemaking, Marriage, Motherhood

A Lesson in the Kindness of God

  This past weekend, our tiny church had the pleasure of hosting a conference called “Cultivating a Discipleship Community in the Church.” Rick Thomas blessed us with his teaching on several topics. It was such a great time of learning and fellowship and I thought I would share a few of the things that I… Read More A Lesson in the Kindness of God