Oh the alphabet. It is one of the first songs that most children learn. By the way, the name of the tune that you sing that song to is called “Ah! Vous Dirai-Je, Maman” from 1761, and it’s French. Anyway, I once heard that there was no reason for the letters of the alphabet to… Continue reading Easy as ABC
At the edge of the Navajo Indian Reservation in the four corners area of Utah is the little town of Blanding. My family moved here for a short period of time when I was young. My dad flew a small airplane for the hospitals to fly people in and out of the hospital for their… Continue reading I’m a Llama, what are you?
** I want to add a disclaimer that I am in no way shape or form saying that we should not fight for freedom and liberty. Freedom is what Heavenly Father wants for us and it is what we should be willing to risk safety for. I am also in no way saying we should… Continue reading Jacob 2:35
I’ve been pondering what to write for this post for almost a month now. I figured I could write a piece about how awesome my own dad is and highlight it with picture perfect memories from my childhood. I could have written about how fantastic and amazing Superman is as a dad. I could have… Continue reading Father’s Day
Do you know what many fairy tales have in common? There is almost always a challenge. In Twelve Dancing Princesses, the King issues a challenge to find out where the princesses go at night. In the Princess Frog, the sons are challenged to find the best wife. In The Story of the Boy Who Went… Continue reading The Challenge: or Trolls, Witches, and Banshees; Oh My!
I love adding “once upon a time” in things. It adds a little bit of a fairy tale/story aspect to it. Once upon a time I was reading. Just kidding. OK, starting over. I love books. I am a book person. It is really hard for me to stop reading and participate in the real… Continue reading Review of Matched
Oh my holy different child! I used to be able to brag that Princess Pea was the amazing bizarre toddler. She rarely whined or threw tantrums. She was happy and go with the flow. The best was that she was hardly ever defiant. Then she got her first real cold. After a week of fevers,… Continue reading Dealing with Tantrums