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Does that apply to disciplining children? Is it possible to have fun and discipline at the same time? Well, it’s happening at our house (sometimes!), and I’m excited to share.
Organizing doesn’t come naturally to me. In fact, unless acted upon by an outside force (visitors!), most of the time our house was gravitating towards chaos. When my sister-in-law last visited, she shared some of her simple “secrets” for keeping a clean and orderly home. Here’s what I learned.
There are few things more frustrating to a new mother than the amount of housework that comes with a new baby. The big messes can be overwhelming. Now, fast forward through a few more children and you’ve got a bona fide disaster zone.
This is my go-to book for streamlining and organizing my home!
Set yourself up for grocery store success by making expectations clear BEFORE you head into the store. Check out the Loosli Family Grocery Store Rules.
Laundry is a family affair for the Looslis. See how the kids get involved and the simple way the dirty and clean clothes are organized.
Facebook0 Twitter0 Pinterest0 Evernote Print13 Email114total sharesThis month was a hard month to find books! I am still working on it but wanted to post what I had. I hope you are able to steal away some time with your children to read with them. It’s such a special way to help them learn and […]
Facebook0 Twitter0 Pinterest0 Evernote Print12 Email0 12total shares Courage Booklist Here is a short booklist for this month’s value. Please add your input and suggestions. Hope you like it! The Berentstain Bears Get Stage Fright The Berentstain Bears Go Out for the Team The Giver – Lois Lowry Gathering Blue – Lois Lowry […]
Facebook0 Twitter0 Pinterest0 Evernote Print19 Email3 22total shares Here are some great books that help teach about honesty. Feel free to add your favorite books that address honesty in the comments below. Happy reading! (Click on each book image to learn more about the book or make a list of the ones that look good […]
There’s a common misconception that housework is terrible, mundane drudgery that needs to be accomplished as quickly as possible (or avoided at all costs) so we can move on to the “more important” things in life. I don’t love scrubbing bathtubs or mopping floors, necessarily, but here are a few experiences from my life that have helped me to see the meaning, joy, and purpose in the work required to sustain a family.