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Trick or Treating is almost here. This year may look different, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy a little spooky fun. I’ve seen a lot of creative ways to make this Halloween season safe and fun for all. We will be setting up a spooky trick[…]

Hello Pumpkin!!! Gosh it’s been way too long since I have posted on here. We have been adjusting to life with covid-19 restrictions and precautions, homeschooling, living on the road and making some awesome business changes. This week starts the beginning of a new chapter for our business[…]

I don’t know about you, but quarantine for us has not been a peaceful vacation of just sitting around binge watching Netflix. My wife and I decided that 2020 would be our year of adventure. We would sell our house, live in a camper and travel the U.S.[…]

If your kids are anything like ours during this chilly weather they tend to get a little stir crazy! so to keep them from making us crazy, we keep them busy by having fun, new crafts for them to do. Some may be a bit advanced for our[…]

What is transracial adoption? I’ll be honest…I had no idea until a year ago when My wife and I needed some training hours to renew our license. I went online looking at class options and stumbled upon a new class titled Transracial adoption. After 8 years it was[…]

Our First Week As Foster Moms Every story is different. Your first foster care placement may look nothing like ours but there are similarities for all. Your first placement in foster care will be exhausting! It will be exciting and terrifying. It will make you question your decision[…]

Questions in Foster Care

Free Printable and tips to help you make a difficult decision that is best for your family and a potential new foster kiddo.

Adoption Day #3 After 726 days in foster care, our youngest is finally adopted and I can finally relax knowing he is never leaving our home. The Beginning Every placement has tested our strength in its own way, but JJ’s case was especially difficult from the beginning. We[…]

I can’t believe it, but last week was the 25th anniversary of the show Friends.  I remember watching that show growing up and thinking, “I want friends like that.”  It got me thinking about my friends that I have now and how many friends I’ve gained and lost[…]

Our family receives WIC benefits for our foster/adopted children under the age of 5.  This has helped our food budget immensely in the past few years. Our two younger children have a milk allergy and receive soy milk. Our oldest is lactose intolerant and received lactose free milk[…]