The past couple of months have been...eventful to put it simply. As a result, I've been rather scarce in the blogging world, jumping on mainly to fulfill previous commitments and let you guys know that I didn't fall off the face of the earth somewhere. Things have somewhat calmed down and I find myself finally in a state where I can open up about the serious life changes the past 2 months have brought us.
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My family and I love watching movies but finding movies that don't make you feel like your soul's on fire (and not like holy fire...like..."just a little closer to hell" on fire) is becoming much more difficult. As harsh as that may sound, the struggle is real when it comes to finding clean family entertainment. So, I try to advocate faith & family-friendly entertainment options when I come across them...
With 5 kids ranging in ages from 8 years to 10 months, finding a kid's Bible study that allows them to study together can be a challenge. We recently had the opportunity to try out the Beginner (3-K) level Bible study from Bible Study Guide For All Ages. So how did it hold up against such a wide age range?
I was an 80's baby and grew up listening to (in my opinion) the greatest music genre of all time...90's R&B. Oh yes, Boyz II Men and Soul For Real were just a few that played regularly throughout my 90's childhood and well into my adult years. I did enjoy different genres as well...I was just a fan of music in general. But in late 2011, I made the decision to leave the secular music world behind...
I have always had a love and passion for art and (I'm pretty sure) my kids have followed suit. So, we were all excited at the chance to review Art for Children, Building a Visual Vocabulary, a part of the ARTistic Pursuits Art Instruction Books with DVD and Blu-Ray from ARTistic Pursuits Inc.
Hi there! My name is Brittany..help meet to T.J. and mom to 5 little blessings. My passion lies in helping other women to see their value through the eyes of their creator. Be Encouraged...YOU are a Good Thing!