lifestyle · quilt · quilting · Quilts

Blue Log Cabin Quilt

I believe every January through March I take the longest in between quilts.  This has happened now for the third time in between those months, the only difference is I did finish a quilt  this January!  I started this quilt in February. Because I had painted my sons’ bedroom walls, I figured I needed to… Continue reading Blue Log Cabin Quilt

family · homeschool · homeschooling · lifestyle

Field Trip: Book Publishing, Printing, and Binding

My eldest brother works for a small book publishing company where he prints and binds books all day (not really sure if I am allowed to say the company, so I just won’t).  There are only a few people who work there (only two people are in my brother’s department). They print books in all… Continue reading Field Trip: Book Publishing, Printing, and Binding

family · lifestyle · minimalism · minimalist

Experience Presents

My children have all that they need provided for them.  Throughout the year we will buy them fun activity projects.  As a minimalist family, we don’t allow them to have an over abundance, but they certainly play with all that they do have.  That is what is important.  Nothing is wasted or neglected. Rob and… Continue reading Experience Presents

activities · family · homeschool · lifestyle

Fosterfields Family Field Trip

A few weeks ago we decided to take a historical field trip to a place called Fosterfields.  We never heard of it before but it sounded neat because it had an interactive farmhouse that I thought the boys would like.  The cost was $20 for the total four of us and I think we got… Continue reading Fosterfields Family Field Trip