Traveling with children is one of the best experiences. It can also be one of the most challenging. Galveston is an incredible destination for families. One of the attractions that make Galveston awesome is the Galveston Railroad Museum. With 5 acres and over 40 pieces of rolling stock, there is plenty of room for little… Continue reading What To See In Galveston- Galveston Railroad Museum
These three beauties are my grandchildren. T- Born in December, R-born in the following December and G- born the following September. Yes, it was an intense time for our family. I adore these blessings. We took a morning and had a little photoshoot on the beach. We had so much fun! I bought the outfits… Continue reading My Three Amigos
Cornbread- a classic southern creations as baked by Brett in Out of the Shadows.
As I was talking with my therapist the other day, we were discussing how I, as an individual, and we, Tony & I, are in a really good place. I agreed and mentioned that we were a little anxious in moments that the "other shoe was going to drop." She stated that we can never… Continue reading How To Keep Fear Out of Your Joy
Masquerade was the theme and everyone looked wonderful. Of course, the masks didn't last for long. Last weekend was our first homeschool prom. Some good friends of ours put it together and it was a lot of fun for my oldest girls. No matter the age, girls love to get dressed up. Cheyenne and Savannah… Continue reading Beautiful Girls
Yesterday hatching began. I had set 3 dozen eggs and we had 20 chicks hatch. Out of the 20 we had 18 make it. I love this activity. My roo is a Blue Splash Wyandotte and the hens are Rhode Island Reds, Buff Orpingtins, Silver Laced Wyandottes, Blue Splash Wyandottes, Blue Laced Red Wyandottes, Blue… Continue reading Hatching Time!