Good Afternoon! There was a lot of bloggy goodness this week, so here’s the post roundup.
Kisses and Kiddos
For Tired Moms – The Generous Wife has a whole page of ideas for helping tired mommies survive and thrive even in the days of busyness and sheer exhaustion. This is a great resource to keep bookmarked and the comments are open for you to add your own experience and wisdom as well!
The Tasks we Give Our Mates – A thought-provoking post on chores and priorities from the Assume Love blog.
What if Your Child Could Only Learn One Lesson? – I love this reminder of what is truly important when it comes to teaching our children. I just recently found this blog (Simple Homeschool) and I am loving the articles and ideas; it’s a great resource for any parents, not just homeschoolers.
Holy Time: Observing Advent instead of Fighting Santa – While we are not Catholic, I still enjoyed the theme of this article and the practical ideas it offered on intentionally celebrating Christmas with Jesus as the focus. (from Carrots for Michaelmas)
Creamy Pumpkin Pie Bars – Joy the Baker presents a new twist on the classic pumpkin pie.
Hasselback Sweet Potatoes – Sweet potatoes are all dressed up with maple cinnamon butter and bacon in this recipe from the Foodie Bride.
Pork Chops with Cranberry-Maple Pan Sauce – I can’t wait to try this one-pan dinner from Pick Parsley.
Red Velvet Cinnamon Rolls – Because who doesn’t need a red velvet cinnamon roll? From The Food Pusher
Just for Fun and Giggles
Reindeer Silhouettes – A fun Christmas craft from The Remodeled Life.
The Holiest Font Ever – Or: how your church can distinguish itself from all those lukewarm churches that use Times New Roman (from Stuff Christians Like)
31 Kids Who are Too Clever for Their Own Good – Funny, and in some cases a little scary (from buzzfeed)
And this is just cute:
Enjoy your weekend!