If you are new to the site, you may be looking for a quick-start guide to help you to find information. This is it!
On our blog, we have a variety of topics all related to babies, kids, or stay-at-home parents. We have a number of categories in the blue bar. I’ll describe briefly what each of these categories covers.
This consists of your run-of-the-mill blog posts… the good, the bad and the funny!
This is our most multi-dimensional category. We have recipes (in a sub-category), a 30-day dinner menu to help with meal planning (located under the resources category), there will be videos to show basic cooking skills, there is a glossary of cooking terms and how to perform those tasks, recommendations for kitchen tools, and practical tips for tasks such as grocery shopping and budgeting. We will also be adding some recipes for creating homemade baby food!
In the Baby Gear category, we talk about what products we chose — and why! If you are looking to replace some baby product, or if you are a parent-to-be, this can help to put together your baby registry.
There is nothing here yet, but it will have some practical ways to teach your baby/child in ways that address their developmental stages.
We believe that faith is an important part of the child-rearing process. We attempt to maintain a neutral stance (as in, we are not trying to convert you), but we do use examples to make our recommendations clear.
In the course of husbandhood, I have done a ton of work around the house. this includes installing laminate floor, retexturing walls and ceilings, skim coating walls, painting walls, installing wainscoting, installing in-ceiling speakers, designing and installing a sprinkler system, seeding the dirt to the create a lawn, installing baseboards, and building a custom-made built-in entertainment center made from red oak (10′ wide by 7’6″ tall). I am happy to answer questions and give advice! In this section, I talk about some of the projects I have done to help readers decide if it is a project they would like to attempt.
If I’m writing and reference a name, you should be able to find out who they are on this page.
The monthly menu can be found here. In the future, there may be woodworking plans, importable shopping lists, and other resources to make readers life’s easier.