People have asked if I have… started cleaning the house like crazy? Nope. Folding and refolding baby clothes? Nope. Repainted or made a million baby items? Nope and nope. But I will admit that I have reorganized, sorted and completely labeled all the cloth diapers more than ten or even fifteen times. What’s wrong with that huh? It needs to be done! When people like Grandmama or SisterB come and need to change a diaper (that’s why they’ll be here right???) they need to know what’s what right? It’s necessary. So I’ve got my labels from Accessories to Medium gDiapers, Medium Kissaluvs, Medium FuzziBuns, Night Fitteds and Inserts… Small/Medium Wool for AppleBlossom as well as Medium Covers, Prefolds for AppleBlossom in the day and night if necessary, One Size Covers, All-in-One OS Diapers… Newborn Wool, Newborn/Small Covers for OrangeBlossom, Newborn Prefolds (in the laundry being prepped!), Newborn Fitted and AIOs,. . .
If you had a toddler, when your new baby was added to the family, how did that toddler react? I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately as we’re getting closer and closer to due day. (Yes technically the due date is August 27th, but AppleBlossom was three weeks early, so I’m prepared for anything — plus the beginning signs are happening. — As it was put in God Gave Us You, God gives mama’s special signs to know…) In the last few months we’ve been talking about “baby belly” and new baby, and baby toys, and baby clothes and so on. We’ve been reading God Gave Us You repeatedly as well as The Berenstain Bears and the New Baby and reading various Pregnancy books and Magazines (or “mag-zeeenz”). AppleBlossom loves looking at the pictures of babies and has even taken to carrying her “baby Jeez” everywhere with her (that. . .
From Thomas Nelson: One of the highlights of our days in the Fiction department at Thomas Nelson? Receiving reader letters—either directly addressed to us or passed along from our talented authors. It’s critical to be reminded that at the end of our long days acquiring, editing, designing, selling, marketing, and publicizing books, those stories are reaching readers, striking nerves, changing lives. We want readers’ feedback. How stories have given you hope. Which authors’ series you can’t help from sharing with everyone you meet. We want to know what makes you stay up late in the night to finish a story, and conversely what turns you away. We’re conducting a series of surveys—seeking answers from readers who love Christian fiction. Up for grabs is a free ebook for every respondent who completes the survery, as well as a $10,000 prize for one entrant. The responses we gather will help shape the. . .
From learning to crawl to clapping their hands, babies are always doing something new. Kathy Henderson’s lively poems will grab young children’s attention, while Paul Howard’s illustrations aptly capture babies’ and toddlers’ delight at exploring all the things a body can do.
Wings of Promise by Bonnie Leon Kate Evans may be a woman in a man’s profession, but as Alaskan bush pilots go she’s one of the best. She often works closely with doctor Paul Anderson, bringing much needed medical services to far-flung people in the forbidding wilderness. But when a new boss who is against women pilots takes over the airfield, Kate’s dreams–and even her life–are at stake. Can she prove her worth? Or will she die trying? And will she ever be able to truly surrender to her growing love for Paul? Full of high-flying adventure and tender personal moments, Wings of Promise is the exciting second book in the Alaskan Skies series. July 2011
With the same candor and creativity that made Men Are Life Waffles-Women Are Like Spaghetti (more than 270,000 copies sold) a bestseller, author Pam Farrel gives wives 52 ways to wow their husbands and add spark to their marriages. Pam delivers humor in her fun woman-to-woman style through inspirational stories, godly advice, and easy-to-read offerings