The Catholic Family Fun Book Giveaway Winner Is…


**Give-away**, Family

Thank you everyone who entered the Giveaway for Sarah Reinhard’s Catholic Family Fun – A Guide for the Adventurous, Overwhelmed, Creative or Clueless! I love reading all the entry comments, finding new friends to follow, and most especially – reading your prayers. Rest assured I will keep all of you in my prayers as well. So without […]

July 28, 2014

Surprised by Catholic Family Fun {Book Review & Giveaway!} Take Two


**Give-away**, Family

Last month over at CatholicMom.com I shared a review of Sarah Reinhard’s Catholic Family Fun – A Guide for the Adventurous, Overwhelmed, Creative or Clueless wherein I also got everyone all excited about a Giveaway hosted here on the blog. But then, in some sort of evil twist with wicked witches and flying monkeys, my blog stopped working for […]

July 21, 2014

Surprised by Catholic Family Fun {Book Review & Giveaway!}


**Give-away**, Books, Boredom Busters, faith, Family

{Full Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of Catholic Family Fun – A Guide for the Adventurous, Overwhelmed, Creative or Clueless in exchange for an honest review.} I love spending time with my family, especially when we have no where we have to be or anything in particular that needs our urgent attention, which is akin to […]

June 16, 2014

Dad is Fat {a Book Review}


babies, birth, Book Review, Books, Dessert, Family, Food, Marriage, parenting, pregnancy

My eldest brother gave me the gift of laughter for my birthday this year when he sent me Jim Gaffigan’s Dad Is Fat book.  I immensely enjoyed reading this. It was as enjoyable as eating a delicious sugar-filled delicacy, each chapter like a new cream-filled pastry to inhale leaving me only craving more. Why am I comparing […]

October 6, 2013

Who am I?? {The Mother Identity Crisis}


Beauty, faith, Family, friendship and family, homemaker, Marriage, motherhood, parenting, Random, Women, Writing

Every time I have a baby, I feel like I go through a sort of identity crisis. And the funny thing is, as I reflect back on the years and times after each of our 4 kids, it seems I follow a circular pattern with these crises. Yet, when I’m in it, it feels completely new […]

September 25, 2013