Our DIY Strawberry Garden
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We’ve been wanting a strawberry garden for some time now so we finally decided to set out to our local Home Depot and create our own custom strawberry garden.
Every errand and trip with my kiddos is an adventure in itself. Funny, kids will always find something to amuse themselves with.
I hope you can see all the items used to create our garden. One thing not shown here is our drip system. You can water it yourself or add a drip system to ensure there is enough moister for plants. All material was purchased at Home Depot and put together by hubby.
Do you have a garden? If so, what do you think is the biggest challenge maintaining it?
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In 2011 I started this blog, Training Up My Boys to capture the funny, moving, and learning experiences of motherhood. But as is life, I took a detour to and paused it to go back to school and earn a Master’s.
My Dad’s Work Journey
My dad in 1968
Recently I was asked to do a writing assignment for one of my master’s degree courses. The title of the paper was “Experiencing Work”. I decided to write about my Dad and his work journey. I would like to share it with you too. Continue reading
You want to know what?
When kids ask the darndest things
Has your kid ever asked you a question from left field where he/she leaves you stumped? Let me share a few of mine with you that I have had thanks to my three year old.
Our Family Video Diary
A minute a day
Our life in action
Have you ever thought of how great it would be to be able to actually look back and see a couple of minutes of your childhood? Maybe sitting with your family for dinner, watching your favorite TV show/cartoon, playing with your parent, being read a book by Mom or Dad? I wish I was so lucky, but at least I can do this for my kids. Here is my challenge to you…
Love a kid’s funny perspective
The other day I am driving into garage with boys in the backseat. As we approach to park we see Daddy working out…pause. We sit in car for a minute and stare.
Me: “Wow…Daddy is strong!”
Rockford: “Yeah…like me.” 🙂