When the kids are sick…
it seems as if I don’t get much done but that’s alright. In my 18 years as a mom I’ve learned to drop all of my goals and expectations when my kids are sick.
My youngest took sick with a fever and wheezing last Wednesday at school and I’ve had to take him to the pediatrician twice already.
Then my 6th grader was experiencing some pain so I had to take him to the pediatrician. Now are three of my children are sick with cold and flu symptoms.
So we will most likely extend their vacation time an additional day to see if they are feeling better by Wednesday.
I’ve been meaning to try my hand at making Rossettes and was able to make three of them which I’ll share soon. In the meantime here’s a peek at one of them.
I even attached a piece of fabric in the back to make them interchangeable with different color headbands. This partcilaur Rosette goes well with a white, yellow, green, black, gray or aqua blue headband. I’ll show you how easy it is to switch them out in a later post.
Here are some of my goals for this week.
- Bible Reading: Judges 6:11-24, Judges 6:25-40, Mark 10:17-31, Philippians 3:12-21, Joshua 24:14-28, Genesis 14:1-16, Matthew 26:36-46
- Prayer: Monday – Sunday
- – Prayer with and for my husband
- – Prayer with and for my children
- – Intercessory prayer for my family and others
- -Prayer request from church and blog readers
Don’t forget to head over to the prayer forum and leave your prayer needs.
- Discipleship: Read Chapter 11 and 12 of What Women Fear by Angie Smith
The Resolution for Women – This is what I’m reading for the month of January. Look for a review mid January and at the end of the month.
The Story of David Livingstone – The children take turns reading aloud to us 15 minutes per day. This is our reading selection for January.
3.) DINNER MENU
D~15 Bean Soup over Steamed Rice
D~ Beef Stew and Potatoes over Steamed Rice with Broccoli
D~Baked Talapia and 15 Bean Soup
D~ Cheese Steak Subs and Salad
D~ Tacos with Red Beans and Rice
Repaint repaired wall project.
Continue starting dinner in the mornings (makes dinner time less burdensome)
Prepare Mr. P’s work meals and breakfast a day in advance. We’ve been wasting a lot of money on Mr. P eating out because I have been to busy (not prioritizing) to prepare his meals
Re-purpose an old shirt of my and a old shirt of my daughters into a skirt for her.
She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness.
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