Hi! I'm Gina, Christian, mom, writer, raising 2 precious girls with special needs. I'm here to support moms raising kids with special needs & on special diets. What can I do for YOU today?
I received a copy of this book to facilitate this review; all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links. Now that the kids are getting back in school, my theme for September is getting back in shape. One great way to shed the pounds is, of course to go gluten free. I do eat gluten but not a lot – and I’ve certainly
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Follett and Sverve. All opinions are my own. Right now, you may be beginning to panic about the school year. Whether your child is only days away from starting school or is barely roughing it through the first few weeks, she may be struggling to get back into the swing of things. If your child starts school and a problem that prevents learning crops
I received an extended trial of Crunch Live for this series. All opinions are my own. Ok, moms, the kids are back in school – or will be in the next week or two – and that means more free time for you. So how are you going to spend this luxury of time? You know what you should do: get back in shape. I know this
A blast from the past: Amelia’s preschool graduation. This year, Seven Generations saw a mass exodus of staff on every level, and we will be returning to a very new and different school. We’ve also had some requested changes that I don’t think I’m too fond of. We shall see how things turn out… This post was first published on 6/18/2009. This Wednesday was the last
This post contains affiliate links. Originally published 8/18/2009. Back to school means back-to-organizing. You might not have ever thought of it in those terms but it’s the truth. When the kids go back to school, you organize school clothes and school supplies. You try to get a bedtime routine established. Drop-off, pick-up, car pools or bus schedules are analyzed. There are two back to school organization projects that