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December is here and that means the Countdown to Christmas has begun! With a 4 and 7 year old in the house we are reminded each day how many days we have until Christmas. Here is a fun way that I found to count down the days and add some fun trivia. Create your own DIY Countdown to Christmas Calendar with hidden trivia! Supplies:Printer (I used my new HP ENVY 5530...

The Promise: Birth of the Messiah is an animated musical celebration of one of the most pivotal events in all human history, the birth of Jesus Christ. This beautifully crafted musical is a faithful adaptation of the birth narrative from the Gospel of Luke in both story and song. The animated production leverages optical motion technology to blend traditional animation techniques with the performance talents of ballet dancers and dramatic stage actors. The result is a unique and a worshipful story experience that will inspire...

  Disclosure: I received the DVD for the purpose of this review. All opinions are mine.The Promise: Birth of the Messiah is an animated musical celebration of one of the most pivotal events in all human history, the birth of Jesus Christ. This beautifully crafted musical is a faithful adaptation of the birth narrative from the Gospel of Luke in both story and song. The animated production leverages optical motion technology to blend traditional animation techniques with the performance talents of ballet dancers and dramatic stage...

Cinnamon rolls are a Christmas morning staple at my house. The best part? With a little prep work the night before, you can have hot fresh cinnamon rolls and NOT get up at 4:00 am to get them! This is a new cinnamon roll dough recipe that I just tried from Money Saving Mom and loved it. They go together very quickly using the bread machine and then I’ll show you how to shape them into a very fun and festive holiday wreath shape. Bread Machine Cinnamon Rolls1 cup plus 2 tablespoons warm milk 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 whole...

As every busy mom knows decorating for holiday events can be stressful. At my house I have little time to go shopping for items to create extravagant centerpieces. The budget is far to small to go and buy a beautiful rustic centerpiece like the ones at Pottery Barn. So what is a mom to do? Create one using what you have! I took my little man out on a nature walk. We love doing nature crafts so he has learned to spot the perfect nature items for crafting. We collected large branches and pine cones. After getting back home I cleaned...

    Making snow flakes from coffee filters I have never come across a kid that doesn’t like to cut out snowflakes. Folding the paper just right can be such a pain in the rear though! If they are not the best at lining up their edges, the kids can be really disappointed when their snowflake doesn’t come out right. The easy way to combat that is by using coffee filters instead of regular paper. It’s already round, it’s easy to fold and the kiddies can easily cut through it with safety scissors.  My girls...

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