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Life in Lape Haven: Great-Grandma's Rainbow - A Lesson in the Little Things

Great-Grandma’s Rainbow: A Lesson in...

When I was a little girl, my family lived about an hour or so from both sets of my grandparents and my two great-grandmothers. This meant that any time we got to visit them, it was exciting and special. My Great-Grandma Leora lived down the...

Life in Lape Haven: Tried It Tuesday - My Favorite Free App for Kids - The Bible App for Kids

Tried It Tuesday: My Favorite FREE App for...

Each night in Lape Haven finds my husband and me guiding our little boys through their bedtime routine. Some nights it’s sweet and easy, and some nights it’s a struggle because “I DID brush my teeth” and “I want you to hold me” or “I’m too...

The Lost Heiress - Interview with Roseanna White and a Giveaway

And the WINNER is…

Thank you to everyone who entered my first-ever giveaway here on Life in Lape Haven! It was a lot of fun to host, and I enjoyed all the interaction with new and old friends. 🙂 Rafflecopter has done its job and selected a random winner, so...

Life in Lape Haven: The Lost Heiress - Interview with Roseanna White and a Giveaway

The Lost Heiress – Interview with...

This post contains affiliate links, which means that at no additional cost to you, I may receive a small commission when you use the links. After a hectic day of being “Mom,” some days (okay, most days) I just need a nice bedtime...

Life in Lape Haven: Tried It Tuesday - Our Experience with ABCMouse.com

Tried It Tuesday: Our Experience with...

When I was pregnant with my second child, part of my “nesting” involved preparing Elijah to no longer be the only child and planning for ways to make that transition easier for him and for us. Knowing that I would be occupied with his little...

Giving Him Apple Pieces to Put in the Pan, Life in Lape Haven. Sometimes it takes a little extra effort or time for us as moms when our children want to help us throughout our day, but the memories, bonding, and time together are so worth it for them and for us as parents.

Giving Him “Apple Pieces to Put in the...

When Elijah started kindergarten and was at school for six hours or so every day, Josiah was getting something that he hadn’t really gotten to experience much in his life: hours with Mommy all to himself. He ate it up. And even though I missed...