|Solomon writing his book list|
How to Build a Strong Christian Home by June Fuentes (e-book) - This book was packed with both encouragement and practical help. I like reading books like this on occasion to try and learn ways to make our home and family life better. This book left me with some really good food for thought.
|My Precious takes great care of her family - I just wish she could clean her own house too!|
10 Steps to Organized Photos and Memorabilia by Lisa Woodruff (e-book) - (The link is to the Kindle edition. You can get pdf edition on the author's website here.) I have been gathering good suggestions on how to deal with my digital photo collection since my blogpost asking for help. (I am planning a part two of that post since several people have shared good ideas and online suggestions.) This e-book had some good ideas and lots of encouragement. I feel motivated to dig into this project once I finish taking care of some house things that need to be done.
French Kids Eat Everything: How our family moved to France, cured picky eating, banned snacking, and discovered 10 simple rules for raising happy, healthy eaters by Karen LeBillon - This book was utterly fascinating! So intriguing I will do a blogpost about it in the next week or so. The title and subtitle tell you what the book is about. Besides all I learned about the food aspect, it was a fascinating read about French culture and seeing where my preconceived notions about the French were right or wrong.
|Pippin is just so skinny, and perhaps his bad hoof is making it hard for him to nurse frequently, so last night we decided to supplement with a bottle to be sure he's eating enough|
|Tic Tac Toe - 3 of Tabby's happy white Silkie Bantams in row|
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