Category Archives: children

Travel Twin Cities: Choo Choo Bob’s Train Store

Don’t forget to enter my giveaway of MyMemories Suite v.3.  It’s open until noon on Friday, January 27, 2012. At the crossroads of Marshall and Cleveland in St. Paul, you will find a thriving little shopping block.  In this interesting little strip of retail … Continue reading

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Travel Twin Cities: The Red Balloon Bookshop

Don’t forget to enter my giveaway of MyMemories Suite v.3.  It’s open until noon on Friday, January 27, 2012  Located on Grand Avenue in St. Paul, The Red Balloon Bookshop is a perfect stop for everyone on the family.  The first time I ever entered … Continue reading

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Travel Twin Cities: Wild Rumpus

There’s this little bookstore hidden in Minneapolis. It’s a quaint little place where the books are numerous as are the animals!  Today our cousin Melody with her baby and I with my sweet peas and buddies explored my ideal of a bookstore. Let me … Continue reading

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Fluid Scheduling

Two weeks ago, I was full force into my our schedule at home.  It was going swimmingly and everyone I was starting to get the hang of it.  There was still a lot of convincing and encouraging that needed to … Continue reading

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8 Week Writing Experiment

From now until the end of December –aka Christmas–I am going to be working on a project. I am calling it the 8 Week Writing Experiment because that is what I am doing. Writing. Not blogging. Not worrying about content. … Continue reading

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Leaning on Your Mom is Not as Effective as Leaning on God

Church was interesting this past Sunday.  Chris had to work all weekend long due to the fact that his store had its grand opening.  So he was unavailable to come to church with us.  However, it was kick off Sunday, … Continue reading

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