Prepare Your Child for BIG Church with a Bagabook

Prepare Your Child for Big Church with a Bagabook

Peanut is old enough now to transition from children’s church to “big” church.  While she has been bringing her bag of coloring books, crayons, and silly putty for some time, she really hasn’t made the transition to participating in the church service.  Thus, what transpired into an early Easter present to help her make the [continue reading…]

Titus 2 Tuesday #151

Titus 2 Tuesday #linkup

Welcome to another Titus 2 Tuesday Linkup Party! Come join us as we linkup our encouraging posts. No week is ever the same but the encouragement and inspiration is like no other as we spur each other on as sisters in Christ. This Week on Cornerstone Confessions: This weekend our family went camping for my oldest [continue reading…]

5 Fun Cleaning Games to Play with Your Kids

5 Fun Cleaning Games to Play With Your Kids--Making chores fun!

Around here my girls are getting old enough to help with the chores which has been great!  However, motivation to help is sometimes lacking so that’s when we try to make it a game.  The result?  The girls are often cleaning when they don’t even know it! If you struggle with motivation to clean in [continue reading…]

Titus 2 Tuesday #150

Titus 2 Tuesday #linkup

Welcome to another Titus 2 Tuesday Linkup Party! Come join us as we linkup our encouraging posts. No week is ever the same but the encouragement and inspiration is like no other as we spur each other on as sisters in Christ. This Week on Cornerstone Confessions: This week I TOTALLY rearranged our house (picks to [continue reading…]

Who Could You Encourage This Month?

Who Could You Encourage This Month with a Card or Letter?

This month is National Card and Letter Month.  Who would have thought, in times before computers, e-mail, text messaging, and so forth, that there would be a need for such a thing as a month dedicated to the sending and receiving of cards and letters?!  Probably few.  But there still remains something special in the [continue reading…]