The glittery, wintery Bible produced by Tommy Nelson is cute and attractive to the little ladies with Frozen Fever. It’s hard-covered and comes with a handy bag, too. Inside, you will find a page for documenting family history, explanations on why you should read the Bible, an illustrated time line, places to write down your favorite Bible verses and helpful maps. According to the preface, the International Children’s Bible is written in such a way that a third grader can comprehend the content. The editorial staff chose particular words to put into bold print that are defined in the back of the book. Also, there are key verses highlighted, which bring the readers attention to the main point of that particular passage. The little bag that is included for free is cute, but I don’t foresee it holding up long with weekly wear and tear. This is a great gift Bible for the elementary girl in your life. I was given a copy by the publisher in exchange for my own opinions.
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Hi friends! My dear friend, Lisa Potter, has graciously written a guest post for me this week. She is a beautiful mother to two great, grown-up kids and has lived through the hectic season of Christmas many times. I learned a lot from her many years ago when we lived in the same town. She and her husband pastored our church and she was an integral part of launching the Moms and More Bible study that so wonderfully helped us young momas when our babies were all so little. Some days we all showed up with bedhead and spit-up stained shirts, but she loved us despite it. Those moments are so precious to me and rank in the top 5 things I miss most about Virginia. Top 5 Tips for Managing Christmas Craziness It’s the most wonderful time of the year… or is it? Unfortunately, I’m Type A with high hopes and a short fuse. Adding one more thing to the organizational portfolio can often send this task oriented gal spinning in a downward direction. I LOVE Christmas, the reason we
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There's a reason my blogging has been a little slow lately. I have been writing a weekly post for a homeschool curriculum company, and while the discipline of having a deadline every seven days has been good for me, I am still learning to make time for other writing. Maybe one day I will get it all together... Until then, here is a little post I wrote about how I spent a semi-typical day a few weeks ago. So, what do your days look like? Are your days the same everyday or do you have a different schedule?