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Engaging but Not Encouraging Halloween

Beautiful fall with all its glory. Wonderful bounty, plentiful harvest, and Halloween. Do you ever feel like Halloween ruins it? When I was a young mom, I struggled so much with how to handle Halloween. We were teaching our daughter to love Jesus, to walk in purity, turn from sin, and to also be a LIGHT in the darkness. But where is the fine line for Christians on how to handle Halloween? I used to be [...]

By |October 30th, 2009|Blog, Family Discipleship, Holidays, Parenting|24 Comments

Austin’s Stuffed Apples!

A few nights ago Austin and I made these stuffed apples with left over pie crust dough....they turned out soooo yummy!Here is the recipe:4 apples1/2 cup brown sugar1/4 cup walnuts (chopped up)1 tsp cinnamon1/2 tsp nutmeg1/2 cup butter or margarineCore out the apples, mix all the ingredients together and stuff the apples. Wrap the apples in pie dough, bake in a buttered dish at 375 degrees for 17 minutes.Enjoy!

By |October 14th, 2009|Blog, Cooking/ Recipes, Home School|1 Comment

Austin’s 1st Building Project!

Tonight Austin finished his first Sailboat!

By |October 14th, 2009|Blog, Home School|1 Comment

Phillip Foster Farm

We had a great day at Phillip Foster Farm on Friday!For all of you who couldn't make it...WE MISSED YOU!Maybe Next Year!

By |October 11th, 2009|Blog, Home School|0 Comments

It’s Officially Fall

Luke Loves tomatoes...look at all the seeds on him from eating them as I pick them!You would think they were berries!Hopefully there will be enough left for tomato sauce?:)Sept.22 was the first day of fall and so to my "little lambs" that means time to pick the pumpkins and most of our squash!Here they are...Our Angiosperms that we germinated and scarified and transplanted and now finally harvested!We have been doing "Exploring Creation's" Botany Science Book [...]

By |October 2nd, 2009|Blog, Gardening, Home School, Living Green|0 Comments