Showing posts from December, 2014

Tis the season to "light em up!"

It's Christmastime! Of course, Christmas I the perfect time to love others and tell them about Jesus. A blog I recently read encouraged me to step it up this year with my girls and "light em up." Here's what we've been up to this season.
We've passed out candy canes to store clerks, museum volunteers, our mailman, librarians, firemen, and other community helpers. Usually we just say "Merry Christmas," hand them the candy cane, and continue on our way. It's been a great way to encourage Lilleigh to speak clearly and loud enough to be heard when talking to another adult. The responses she has gotten have definitely been a confident booster, as seen by how much more confidently she has passed the last few candy canes out. Most people smile and say "how cute." Our cashier at Trader Joes was so excited that he gave her a roll (not just one but like ten!) of stickers and a lollipop! Her confidence sky rocketed! Of course, we didn't set ou…

On Turning 30

This post is long overdue! I turned 30 last month, and my hubby, friends, and family spoiled me!! It was such a wonderful birthday! Between a fun date night with my hubs, a girls night with friends, and then my dad and Marla coming up to celebrate with shopping and dinner, I really could not have asked for more. It was truly such a special birthday. This gifts and acts of service girl felt so loved! 

So far, the 30's are treating me pretty well!