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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

We're Giving Away the House....

Okay, not really. BUT, we ARE giving away a great book to help you get your house in order! ;-) What book? Well, go back yesterday and check out the book review for "Large Family Logistics". I'm telling you, the book is LARGE! And I think it will make an even BIGGER impact on your family. It could make a great Mother's Day gift for yourself, a young mom, mom of young kids (whether they have just one or a dozen).



We'll do a "no-fuss-we-all-get-a-fair-chance" entry. (Which means everyone gets just ONE entry by leaving the appropriate comment below). To enter, in the comments:

  1. Give your first name and the initial of your last name.
  2. Answer this question: "What is the best piece of advice that has most impacted your home?"

Entries must be in by noon (EDT) on Monday, May 2nd. Winner announced on Tuesday!

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Good luck!
Ashlie

14 comments:

lnbarbee said...

Leighann B.

Do your best each day to spend time with & love on Jesus, if you do that, then you'll be a better wife, and a better mommy. A woman influences the attitude of her home more than she will ever know.

Tabitha said...

Tabitha B.

"You are a stay at home mom, not a stay at home maid. There will be days the dishes don't get done and the laundry will sit undone and that's okay. As long as your husband and children are nurtured, loved and fed both literally and spiritually each day then you're doing a great job!"

Nathan Marr said...

"The most important aspect of child training is your relationship with the Lord"

Misty M
nmmarr @ gmail.com

Hez said...

"Let the wife make the husband glad to come home and let him make her sorry to see him leave." A good relationship between husband and wife is vital to the entire family. :)

Heather G.
hgackle@live.ca

Laura said...

Ok...this might not be the best advice but it is my favorite. Always remember that your spouse has your best interests at heart. In other words...don't be super sensitive about what your spouse does or says. Anyway, I already have the book, but I know someone I could give it away to!

Laura said...

Oh...my name is Laura B.

nicole said...

Nicole L.

The best piece of advice:

Give praise to your children and celebrate everything!


Life is too short not to celebrate the wonderful things your kids do and always tell them how much you love them and how proud you are of them. It makes for a much happier house.

Happy Four said...

Caroline G.

The best piece of advice given to me was once married that my husband was my earthly relationship priority and gift from God. My relationship with him is to be protected and nurtured above all other earthly relationships and to love him as Jesus loves me. This will follow you wherever you have your "home".

Samantha C. said...

Enjoy your children while you can and don't stress so much over the dust!

April Hunt said...

Don't stress about house stuff as much, and just make sure you are building relationships with your husband and children-show them to the best of your ability who Jesus is- you are the only example they will see for a while at such an intimate level.

Jen said...

Take time to spend with God, cherish your husband and children everyday, and take time for yourself to recharge.

Rain said...

Just found your blog! Can't wait to spend more time here. I just had my 6th and would love this book!
Blessings!

Rain said...

Forgot my best piece of advice-
take time to nurture your marriage.

Faithful said...

Megan K.
The best piece of advice I was given was:
"Never go to bed angry."