It’s been a hot Summer so far, no doubt. One of these ways we beat the heat this month was taking a trip up to Portland to visit the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. Fun, learning, and air conditioning? Yes, please.
Our Family tradition of picking berries happened this week. Click to see my u-pick post from 2017.
We were blessed with the cooler weather which was welcome after the upper 90s-100 degree temperatures we’ve been having as of late. We almost didn’t make it because my oldest had been fighting a viral stomach thing that had her not feeling well for three days straight. She’s still getting back into the swing of things and we are praying for a full speedy recovery right now.
A Pocketful of Hope for Mothers is a sweet book full of encouragement for new to well-seasoned mothers. It’s a book to keep on the coffee table or on a bedside table for the moments that you may need a word to keep you going throughout the amazing but sometimes very tiring journey of parenting that the Lord has called you to.
365 Questions for a Woman’s Soul with answers from God’s heart is a book you can turn to for light understanding and guidance on a specific topic. This book is a reasonable pick for scratching the surface on specific topics with its short applicable reading, verses, and prayer prompts.
Create! A Girl’s Guide to DIY, Doodles, and Design is a book geared toward tween and teen girls. This book is a fabulous guide that features three different categories for crafting and creating. I love that more than one way to create were included because why try just one style of creating when you can embark on all three?
Go to Sleep, Sheep! is a cute bedtime board book for toddlers and preschoolers. The book design mimics a barn with doors wide open and inviting you in. The cover features adorable sheep family and raised glitter elements such as the moon and the book title