Sometime in March we had made a decision to move to South Carolina. You can read all about that here. First thing we had to do was find a buyer for our condo. We had a small (900 sq ft) two-bedroom unit on a second floor. It was really nothing special, but we loved…… Continue reading Two babies, a cat, and a FOR SALE sign in the yard…
The first pumpkin spice latte was available at Starbucks on September 1st, and now Kyle may casually pick one up at a drive-though window any time he wishes. We have already had some pumpkin spice glazed Krispy Kreme donuts, which were available only for 24 hours. There are pumpkin candles, candies, shampoo, yogurt, gum… If…… Continue reading Apple-Everything Season
It has been over five months since my last post, and I am excited to be back. Last time we were listing our condo and slowly packing up our belongings. At that time I felt overwhelmed and could not put my thoughts into words. So I decided to take a break and focus on all…… Continue reading South Carolina Living
A few short weeks ago we were talking about what our next couple of years in Alaska will be like. What will all the things we do will be. Will we travel down south to Homer and walk on the most beautiful beach I have seen in Alaska? Will we take a train up to…… Continue reading Taking the plunge
It has been a few month, but really years, that we have felt like we want to move away from Alaska. There is always seems to be some sort of discontentment with our life in the Last Frontier. But there are also such argument as “mountains here are so beautiful”, “we’ve been here so long,…… Continue reading Alaska – Maine – Alaska – ?
Today I want to share something that resonated with me as I first read it. Something that made me stop, think, and pray. Pray that I am more mindful of this season in my life. Pray that I am content and joyful in this season. This season of being a mama to little babies. To…… Continue reading thoughts | enjoy this season
… I felt like we absolutely need some sort of dessert. And I went searching for another banana bread recipe. But this time I wanted to make a mini loaf that would not take all my butter, eggs, and bananas. And so I am not eating it all day tomorrow by myself…
Well, January has come to an end, and I would like to share how this month was for all my New Year goals. You can read my original post on those commitments here.
I think being a stay-at-home mom, the beginning of the year does not feel that much different to me. Back when I had a job at the office, the end and the beginning of the year …
“… If we let our kids into the kitchen more often, and even just let them watch us prepare the food, how much more likely they are to try a variety of foods in its original state..”
“..every family is different, and you have to do what works for you and your family. What worked for me might not necessarily work for you, but I think you can still learn and apply the general principles in a way that suits your circumstances..”