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Christmas at Dolly Parton’s Stampede Is Magical, Don’t Miss It

We are so excited to Partner with Dolly Parton’s Stampede to bring you this Holiday Cheer!  Only a two-hour drive from Northwest Arkansas there is a spectacular Christmas show your whole family will love. I just went for the first time with my four sons, ages 10-5. Their eyes twinkled with delight from beginning to […]

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For My People Without Kids

My husband and I once made the decision not to have children. We didn’t want to mess with the recipe of what was working in our life. We felt good about the decision and the life it would bring us. Until one fateful night in the Emergency Room, we got the surprise of our lifetime. […]

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Sharing the sport

Sharing the Sport

This post is brought to you in partnership with the Football Matters campaign. National Football Foundation (NFF) launched Football Matters to celebrate the positive impact the game has made on millions of players, coaches, administrators, volunteers, and fans nationwide. On November 1, 2013, my husband and I sat in the doctor’s office of my OBGYN, […]

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McDonalds Delivers

Mom Hack : McDonald’s Delivers with Uber Eats

Sponsored By :: McDonalds  I love cooking for my family, but some nights, I just cannot. Life is super busy- with sports homework and all the things-I have often wished dinner (breakfast or lunch) could just show up at my door, and that my kids would eat it.   After running around all day, working […]

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Warning: Tantrum Zone Ahead!!

Parenting a 2-year-old child is Ah-mazing! Watching her learn more words, shapes, colors, numbers, letters and sounds is a joy to watch. It is in those moments that you cherish how sweet and innocent your child is. Then imagine a few moments later the record player stops and comes to a screeching halt.  What was […]

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Let Down Your Nets

I would have been friends with Peter. The one from the Bible. Jesus picked 12 friends to do life with and I would have absolutely gotten along best with the hot mouth. Impulsive. Loud. Quick to speak. Slow to listen. Can’t stop running his mouth kind of disciple, that’s Peter. And I would have gotten […]

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