Trying to save a little money by staying home more often? Try a new game. Our family loves to play games together, and Matt and I love to play games at night after all the crazies are tucked in. The old standbys are great (UNO, Sorry, Monopoly if you must torture yourself), but try a new game. There are so many great new games out there.
Make a List Monday -- Projects to start or continue
1. Take a nursing course for CE 2. Make Christmas gift tags 3. Work on a Christmas card design 4. Start Scott's scrapbook (I promised) 5. Andrew's stocking 6. Purging my room, ahhhh. 7. Study and ponder the Book of Love
I was looking at a cute blog (that I will be going back to again, I'm sure) and I found this great picture from Flickr of a Thanksgiving table setting. I love the glasses in the shot! I think I'd buy these if I knew where to get them (and they didn't cost a bajillion dollars:). What do you think? Do you ever use stemware?
Yes, it is time. You've heard it at stores, you've heard it on the radio. It's time to turn it on at home. Why not? For one month of the year we listen to more music about Jesus Christ, family time, giving and love than any other. Why not make it two months?
More music about light and love, less about immorality and vices. So turn that Christmas music up, and stop your complaining.
P.S. Elvis' Blue Christmas has just entered the building, Feliz Navidad here we come. What little treasure are you waiting for?
Neither of my first two girls loved baby dolls. I am prepared to change this with Charity and brainwash her early on. I'm searching for a darling little soft doll to give her for Christmas. Some of these from Etsy aren't really baby proof, but sure are cute. I figure I could choose an appropriate one and watch it for loosening parts. Do you have any great sources for soft baby dolls?