Monthly Archives: November 2018

How to Hygge Your Homeschool and Cheap Ebook on Hygge

In my “moms’ class” at my weekly homeschool gathering (a commonwealth school), we’ve been talking lately about seasons, winter, and “hygge.” What is hygge? Pronounced “hoo-gah,” it is the practice that allows the Danish to be the happiest people on … Continue reading

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Following My Son and the Prophet, My Shoulder Angel

Last week I got to take my son, who had returned from serving as a proselyting missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Argentina, just a week before, to the dentist. I already had appointments for … Continue reading

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Mary Poppins Magic

So I asked my returned missionary son what movie he wanted to watch first now that he’s home. He surprised me by saying Mary Poppins! When he was 2 and 3 years old, he would watch it almost every day … Continue reading

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All Treats no Tricks #3: My Missionary Son Came Home!

Here’s my final  post in my series of “all treats no tricks.” (Post #1 is here, Post #2 is here.) My missionary son came home after serving an honorable two year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day … Continue reading

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Post #2 Treats No Tricks: Meeting My Grandbaby!

  My treat #2 to share in my “golden harvest” years of motherhood is that I’m a grandma! Just call me Mama C! Baby C, my daughter’s son, was born two and a half weeks early and surprised us before … Continue reading

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