After there is a death or birth in the family, we always want to help in some practical way. Or if somebody just moved. Food is a great way to bless a family. But only when it’s done in the right way. Learn how to bring dinner to a family so it will be a blessing to them and not a burden.
One day a friend of mine asked me, “So what do you stay busy with all day since you only have one child?” At first I was taken aback at her question because I feel I stay very busy during my days. But to her, a mother of 7 with one still in diapers, this was a very legitimate question. What does a housewife do all day?
Reading food labels these days can require a Master’s in communication! In Grandma’s time she could easily buy groceries with one or two ingredients, have them packaged in front of her eyes and walk out the store. Today, you must stand there in the aisle, analyzing every word. So that’s why I want to share with you how to understand food labels.
My son has a pooping problem sometimes. We all have pooping problems sometimes! My son also loves cookies. So what better way to help his problem than with cookies. I make these chewy oatmeal raisin molasses cookies to enjoy any time…but mostly when someone has issues.
Even before I was expecting our child, I was scoping out baby accessories that met my approval. One of these was a high chair. I had done enough babysitting to know that I didn’t want a giant, fluffy, hard-to-clean La-Z-Boy recliner for a high chair. I knew I wanted the best high chair for small spaces.