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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Miss Brenda and the Loveladies: A Book Review & Family Christian Giveaway

When you hear the word 'prisoner', what comes to mind?

If I were to be 100% honest, I would have to say the first word that comes to my own mind is fear.

Intentionally or not, I was at a young age (like many of us) taught to be afraid of prisoners. I grew up in a prison community, and we were told early on that picking up hitchhikers was very dangerous because of this. On the rare occasion that someone would escape, we knew to take extra precautions as well. Of course, I know that we are not supposed to judge, and yet with messages like these, it's hard not to, right? We're only human, and this fear seems to come pretty naturally.


Now, imagine opening up your home to not one, but SIX prisoners, fresh out of prison. Could you do it? Again, if I were being entirely honest...I'd have to say that this sounded pretty crazy to me. And yet, this is exactly what Brenda Spahn did. She felt God calling her, and she listened. In Miss Brenda and the Loveladies, she tells this remarkable story:


Miss Brenda and the Loveladies
 tells the story of entrepreneur and businesswoman Brenda Spahn and how she went from rags to riches to redemption. Brenda lived a very wealthy lifestyle until a brush with the law threatened to send her to prison. In those dark moments, Brenda made a promise to God. 


Spared incarceration, a renewed Brenda glimpsed into the lives of women serving time in one of the worst places in America—the Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women in Wetumpka, Alabama. What she saw prompted a God-inspired vision.


With a heart to help and a will that couldn’t be crushed, Brenda fought the system and overcame tremendous obstacles to take ex-cons into her own home and help them navigate the alien world of life on the outside. 


This is the story of the first unlikely year of her "Whole Way House" and of the extraordinary lives of the first seven women who came to call her "Miss Brenda." It’s a story that testifies to the power of faith and how God changes hearts every day.

This sounds like the makings of a Hallmark movie, doesn't it? It certainly did to me... I found myself thinking that this couldn't possibly, REALLY be a true story. But it WAS! With each passing page, I found my preconceived ideas of the idea of prisoners changing.I am not saying I condone the choices made...but I can see how people can be put into a situation where they truly feel that crime is the only way of life. It's a sad reality that many face, and few are willing to take the chance to give these prisoners a second chance.

But beyond being a story of redemption, it's more importantly a story about stepping out of your comfort zone and giving in fully to God's plans for your life. Even to Brenda, this idea seemed a little bit crazy and scary...but she knew that it was what God was calling her to do, so she did it! I could not help but be reminded of a verse my son recently shared with me:



You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised... Hebrews 10:36

Brenda's 'Whole Way House' was not without its challenges... there were in fact MANY. But she kept moving forward, and God took care of the rest. It truly is an amazing story and one that I'm glad to have had the chance to read.

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Saturday, March 28, 2015

A Veggie Tales Easter Celebration Egg-stravaganza!!

I love Easter. 

Christmas may get all the glory, but if you ask me, Easter is just as wonderful! I am always looking for ways to make the holiday just a little more exciting for my little ones, while still making sure we keep Jesus at the center of it! I try to include Christian gifts in their Easter baskets each year, incorporate books and movies that celebrate Christ into our holiday festivities, etc. So, this year when my son announced that he would love a Veggie Tales Easter basket, I knew it would be perfect!

But I didn't want to stop with his basket. I decided to set out to create the coolest Veggie Tales Easter Egg-stravaganza... with a little help from Family Christian! Want to join in the Veggie fun? Here are a few quick ways to have the ultimate Veggie Tales Easter event!!


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Egg Decorating- Veggie Style!

Easter wouldn't be Easter without the eggs, so what better place to start our celebration!? Did you know that there is actually a Veggie Tales egg decorating kit? There are character wraps, stickers, googly eyes... everything you need to dye your eggs in the perfect veggie fashion. So much more fun than boring ol' egg dying, right?


For us, we decided to take it one step further... we made some hand painted decor eggs to last for years to come! The great thing about Veggie Tales is that the characters are super simple. I'm no artist, but found creating these fun, festive eggs to be easy!! Even kids can join in on the crafting fun. All it takes is some blank craft eggs and a little paint!

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Very Veggie Entertainment.

The perfect entertainment for a Veggie Tales event? Well, a Veggie DVD of course! Choose from Easter greats like 'The Easter Carol' or 'Twas the Night Before Easter'... or mix it up with a few every day favorites! (Hint: Noah's Ark features a fantastic Easter silly song!).

Pick up a few great Veggie CDs to play during outdoor festivities, or some fantastic books for a Veggie Tales story time! My kids both personally love 'The Great Easter Egg Hunt'!

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DIY Veggies

Kids love craft time, don't they? And puppets! So, DIY Veggie stick puppets seemed like the ideal craft for our Egg-Stravaganza. These are super simple, quick and fun to make.


  • Construction Paper/Cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Markers
  • Popsicle Sticks
  1. Cut out the shape of your little one's favorite Veggie character, and have them draw their face onto the cutout.
  2. Glue the figure onto the popsicle stick, and let dry.
  3. Put on puppet shows to recreate their favorite Veggie moments!

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Veggie Tales Themed Basket

Now, for the truly fun part! Creating the perfect Easter baskets. I tend to find myself going all out when it comes to Easter baskets, which is one reason I like having a theme- it keeps me on track and keeps me from going too crazy. But with so much great Veggie goodness available, even a Veggie themed basket can be overwhelming. To help, I've broken it down into three easy Veggie Basket shopping guides with just a FEW of the many great options for each theme!

For the Boys: A LarryBoy Easter

For the little boy who loves superheroes, you can do no wrong with a LarryBoy themed basket. DVDs, toys...there are even new Veggie Tales comic books! Take a look:


Veggie Tales Super Comics Volume 1 // LarryBoy Plush // Veggie Tales Super Comics Volume 2 //
LarryBoy's Get Rid of the Fib Game // LarryBoy Super Hero Power Pack // LarryMobile Wooden Pull Toy


For the Girls: A Veggie Princess Easter

Now, I'll admit, when I started creating my daughter's Easter basket, it was only supposed to be a general princess basket...but I found it becoming more and more of a VEGGIE princess basket as time went on. There are many great Princess DVDs, toys and more featuring SweetPea Beauty! You're sure to find everything you need for your little princess!


For the Family: A Very Veggie Easter

Prefer to keep it more general? There are certainly plenty of options that the entire family will love- DVDs, tattoos, games... there are even Veggie blankets! The hard part won't be finding great gifts to fill your veggie baskets...it'll be narrowing down the options!


Mini Velvet Poster w/ Markers // A Very Veggie Easter // My Great Big Veggie Storybook //
Veggie Checkers // Veggie Tales Bible // Veggie Tales Throw Blanket

So, whose ready to join me this Easter with a Veggie Tales celebration? You can find all your Veggie Tales needs for Easter and throughout the year at Family Christian! Want to see more? Connect at the links below:

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Friday, March 27, 2015

Make Toddler Meals Easier with Zak Toddlerific! {A Review & Giveaway}




Are you looking for the perfect non-edible goodies to fill your little one's Easter baskets? If your children are like mine, chances are they really don't NEED anymore toys, I'd much rather spend money on something that is a little more practical... but still fun! And for that the new Zak Toddlerific line is PERFECT:

Every parent knows that teaching toddlers how to feed themselves can sometimes be a trying – and messy – proposition. With Zak’s new ToddlerificTM line, it no longer has to be. Featuring a complete assortment of mealtime products that are all created meet the unique needs of toddlers – from durable plates and bowls with high sides and wide bases, to arched flatware and innovative insulated cups that adapt to growing thirsts – the Toddlerific line is designed to make mealtime fun for toddlers and easier for parents.


Now, I'll admit when it comes to kids plates, cups, etc... I'm a little bit addicted! There are so many cute options available, and I want them ALL! But some of our favorites are most definitely from Zak! So, I was thrilled to have the chance to receive Toddlerific Set including a plate, bowl, flatware, and Sip Cup.

First and foremost, can we just talk about how absolutely positively ADORABLE these are. I love the color combination, the chevron, the owls...all of my favorite things rolled into one adorable design. Now, obviously we went with the more feminine option, but they also offer a fun monkey print for a more boyish/gender neutral option. Like everything from Zak, the designs could not be any cuter!


Now, let's talk function. Now, admit it...how many of you saw this bowl and thought, 'hmm, looks like a mini dog bowl!'? I know I certainly did, because, well, it does. But there's a reason. Both the plate and bowl feature this unique shape to add stability and keep them from spilling. As moms, we all know that our little ones love to make messes, so anything to minimize those messes is a good thing! The inside edges are designed to go perfectly with the flatware to make scooping much easier for little hands as well! My daughter loves these great pieces and can feed herself easily with all.

Perhaps the biggest struggle we've come across for toddler dinnerware is finding the perfect sippy cup. Now, I don't know if it's just MY kids, but both of mine have struggled with this skill. Neither ever had bottles, so that transition from breast to cup was pretty extreme. My son eventually figured it out, but my daughter at 19 months is still learning. We've tried many, many cups and have found primarily those that she can figure out are leaky... and those that are leak free she cannot figure out! I was on the verge of giving up and just dealing with the messes as they came. But the Sippy Cup we received features a 
Perfect Flo™™ valve, just twist to the desired flow rate. We found that it worked wonderfully for her- much better than other brands we'd tried. 

In addition to this particular cup, the Toddlerific line also offers a toddler cup, also featuring the Perfect Flo valve. We happened to come across the Frozen versions of these, and naturally had to buy one (I'm telling you- addicted!). These are designed for older babies/toddlers (18 months +), and while they didn't come quite as easily, she has been able to figure this one out as well. Both cups work great, and most importantly- don't leak! These have certainly become our go to favorites for on the go!


Overall, we absolutely LOVE this new Toddlerific collection and cannot wait to see what new designs will become available in the future. But don't just take our word for it. Try them for yourself! One very lucky reader is going to have the chance to win a set for themselves, in your choice of design (monkey or owl). Enter using the Rafflecopter form below:


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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Finding Beauty in the Messes: A Sand in My Sandwich Book Review & Giveaway

**I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts are my own.

If ever you question that God has a sense of humor, a quick look at my life is all you need.


You see, I've always what people have referred to as 'painfully shy'. With a diagnosis of social anxiety, I don't particularly care for attention on myself. I am perfectly content to blend into the background, I like calm and quiet... I don't want things to be overly exciting or unpredictable. I rather enjoy boring.

Sending an adventurous Marine into my life was the first clue that God had something else in mind for my life. He was not going to stand by and let me be content in a boring existence. I was thrown into the confusing, unpredictable life of a Marine Corps wife.

And then I became a mother, and at two years old my oldest son received a diagnosis that would further change our world: autism. And let me tell you, raising a child with autism is anything but calm and predictable. Quite the contrary, life with autism is confusing, ever changing and at times downright messy.


Life with autism is:



  • a constant stream of meetings, therapies and appointments.
  • missing out on every day experiences, because it is too overwhelming thanks to sensory issues. Going to the movies, church, some museums, all out of the question.
  • a sudden unexplained fear of the color red, which naturally happens to occur on the day his soccer team is playing the red team.
  • begging for McDonald's, and then having a meltdown when you finally give in and are given a Happy Meal in a bag, rather than a box.
  • obsessing over that one hard to find toy that your child is convinced with 100% certainty that Santa will bring.
  • noticing even the slightest of change in a favorite theme song opening, and not being happy about the change.
  • scrubbing poop out of trains and tracks because someone decided to reenact his favorite 'stuck in the mud' moments.
  • just scrubbing poop in general... because at 7.5 years old, potty training still has never sank in.
  • facing judgement when out and about because your child 'looks normal' and is 'so smart'... so his behavior issues much solely be a result of poor parenting.

Yes, raising a child with autism can be, quite literally, very MESSY! Some days- when I find myself cleaning yet another pair of dirty underwear or fighting my seven year old to pick up after himself or do his homework or follow directions when asked- I think it would be exceptionally easy for me to feel sorry for myself. This parenting a child with autism business is no joke. It's hard, its sometimes frustrating and it's emotionally and physically exhausting. But then I realize that if I dwell on these things, then I miss out on the beauty... because in the midst of the chaos, autism can be pretty beautiful too.

It has taught me to love unconditionally. It has taught me not to take anything for granted, to treasure the moments and the milestones no matter how seemingly small they may seem to others. It has taught me that perfection is overrated. It has given me an amazing little boy who is as sweet as he is brilliant. A little boy whom I would not trade for anything in the world. God has certainly pushed me out of my comfort zone with my son, but He has also blessed me much more than I could ask for.

It is this- the beauty among the chaos that Sarah Parshall Perry speaks of in her new book, Sand in My Sandwich:



You know that thing when you're in Walmart at noon before you discover you haven't brushed your teeth? Sarah Parshall Perry gets that. She also gets weird things showing up in her bed, her daughter asking for war paint, and her son crawling into a giant blue sock on Christmas morning. Mainly, she gets that conflicted feeling of finding her kids hanging out in the dogs' cages and happily realizing they have stopped getting into trouble for a minute.


According to Perry, "The hardest stuff is the quickest way to God," and readers get to watch the systematic destruction of her carefully planned life, laughing at her missteps, aching at her tragedies, and recognizing themselves along the way. A mother of three children, two of whom are on the autism spectrum, she has experienced plenty of ups and downs, but from the chaos of her "ordinary" life she pulls the universal truths of motherhood, addressing them with humor, poignancy, and a naked honesty that will make the reader think, "That sounds a lot like my crazy life". Perry helps mothers realize they aren't alone, even if they've fallen off the straight and narrow of their intended path and are instead lying in the ditch next to it. Life's a mess. But as Perry reminds us, it's all for a purpose. Perfect for mothers, this book will encourage, inspire, and enlighten.

As a fellow autism mom, I found myself relating to Sarah's story which in so many ways was similar to my own. How refreshing to read stories of someone else fighting the same battle. But while life raising a child with autism might be messier than most, motherhood can be full of twists and turns regardless. Moms of all kinds can truly appreciate and learn from Sarah's story as well. Motherhood is not a one size fits all experience. We will all be filled with our own fair share of challenges and messes, but if we turn to God, He will show us the blessings among the mess.

Sand In My Sandwich is available to purchase now at Family Christian.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Cooking with Kids: A Berenstain Bears Country Cookbook Review

**Book received for review. All thoughts are 100% my own.


Not long ago, I read an article talking about how when asked most children had no idea where their food truly came from. I suppose in a society where eating out and already prepared convenience type foods are readily available, this should come as no surprise but it was still eye opening for me. I wanted to be sure that if my children were asked the same questions, they would know the correct answers. One big way we set out to accomplish that was to start a garden. Last year was our first year at that attempt, and quite honestly, the results were less than ideal. We will continue to try again, BUT I don't want that to be the only example we give them. So, I've also been bringing my son into the kitchen to help me cook when he can- and will do the same for my daughter as she gets older. Not only is this a great reminder as to where their food is coming from and the work that goes into it, but it's also a life skill that I believe every person should have- and sadly, many don't!

So, I am always looking for recipes that are kid friendly to make learning to cook more fun for my little guy. When I heard that there was a Berenstain Bears cookbook, I knew it would be a great addition to our cookbook collection. Take a look:


It’s The Berenstain Bears' Country Cookbook! Bear lovers everywhere are sure to find favorite recipes for fun food in this new kid-friendly, cookbook—ranging from Bear favorites that use honey and berries to delicious main meals and breakfasts, and even Berenstain favorites like Jan Berenstain’s famous Green Lasagna.
Featuring breakfast, lunch, main meal, and dessert recipes as well as kid-friendly cooking tips such as food and measurement conversions, this is sure to become a go-to cookbook for delicious and fun recipes kids can cook with an adult.

First and foremost, what kid doesn't love the Berenstain Bears? I know I certainly did as a child...and now my own children enjoy hearing this fun stories as well. It's probably one of my son's favorite series! So, it only made sense that he would love the cookbook as well. And love it he did!!

The recipes were absolutely perfect for any beginning cook. Super simple and easy to follow. In fact, some of them were simply a matter of making food more fun and kid friendly! From mini pizzas to cakes to oatmeal...there was a little something for every tastebud!! I also found the handy kitchen measurement guide to be super handy for kids and grown ups alike.


Many of the recipes featured the bear favorite- honey! My son is a huge honey fan as well, and truly loved this...but what he loved even more was the quick facts page about all things honey. Though he loved the recipes, I think this may have been his favorite part!!


If you're looking for a fun way to get your little ones involved in the kitchen, The Berenstain Bears Country Cookbook is PERFECT! You and your cubs are sure to love it!

Do you have a little cub who loves to help in the kitchen? What are your favorite kid-friendly meals to prepare?

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Finish the Sentence. Life is ___. {A Book Review & Family Christian Giveaway}

**I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts are my own.

Ah, the meaning of life... it seems like the question everyone is dying to have answered. There are books written on subject. Movies too. Even songs. It seems we could easily spend our whole lives trying to discover how to finish one very simple sentence... 'Life is...'


If you were to ask everyone you come across today to finish that seemingly simple sentence, you would come up with a variety of answers, such as:

Life is...

  • spending time with family and friends.
  • finding your passion.
  • being successful in your career.
  • raising a family.
  • exciting.
  • exhausting.
  • a roller coaster.
  • messy.
  • an open book.
  • an adventure.
Throw in a few more cliches and it's easy to see why it can be so confusing!

It is just this sentence that author Judah Smith digs into his new book, Life is ____. Take a look:




Life is ____. How would you finish that sentence? 

Pastor and author Judah Smith believes Jesus shows us how to live life to the fullest. In this follow-up to his New York Times and USA Today bestseller. Jesus Is ____, Judah completes the sentence again and again, revealing how:


  • Life is to be loved and to love
  • Life is to trust God in every moment
  • Life is to be at peace with God and yourself
  • Life is to enjoy God.

Judah writes in way that benefits new believers, lifelong followers of Jesus, and even the merely curious. He shows us the love of God that defies human logic and the life that God intends for us to have in the here and now. With excitement and humor, Judah looks at the stories in the Bible from his unique angle and shows how life is all about loving God and loving others.


Now, I love reading books like this from pastors and fellow Christians because while I might think I have a pretty decent understanding about certain topics in the Bible, I've found it helpful to get a different point of view, especially from someone a little more knowledgeable on the topic. But do you ever read these types of books and find yourself thinking, 'Look, I'm sure you've got a great point, and you're probably even right on the topic, but honestly, I have no idea what I've just read. Pass me a dictionary. What does this mean?' You walk away feeling more confused than you were to begin with. It's not that these writers aren't brilliant, or even correct.. it's just that they're speaking above your level of comprehension on the topic. Surely, I'm not the only one, right? These types of books are great for the experienced, well studied pastors, but for me I need something a little more relatable. And I most definitely found this in Judah Smith.

Now, perhaps you read the book description and thought it seemed like the question was already answered right there on the back of the book. Life is about loving God and others. Simple enough, do we really need a whole book on the topic? To put it simply, YES! Oh sure, it's easy enough to sum it up with one simple sentence but the book goes much deeper than that. Judah shares real life instances of truly living the life that God wants us to- a life of loving him. He speaks not as a pastor who knows all the answers and does it right all the time, but as a human being who like all of us makes mistakes, wants to do things his own way and still finds himself in awe of the grace and love we have all been given. He uses scriptural references, intertwined effortlessly with every day examples that we can all relate to. He speaks as a friend, and truly helps to paint a picture of the life that God has intended in a way that we can all understand, regardless of our levels on knowledge of the Bible.




If you are looking for just one book on the topic of life, this is certainly the one I would choose! You can purchase your own copy of Life Is ___ at Family Christian. And while you're there be sure to check out Judah Smith's previous bestseller, Jesus Is ____ and a variety of study guides to go along with both!

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Teaching Kids About Jesus: A Jesus Sees Us Review {+ Discount Code} #JesusSeesUs

**Product received for review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.


With Easter just around the corner, there has never been a better time to really start teaching your little ones about Jesus... but where do you begin? How do you teach even the smallest of children the true significance of Jesus in a way that they can understand? Books, dvds and Sunday school classes are all great of course, but how much are they really understanding and relating to?

Two moms- Kelly and Maureen- saw the need for a product to really make the story of Jesus engaging and relatable to their preschool age children and created the Jesus Sees Us doll and book:



Faith based Jesus doll and book for children. Jesus Sees Us is a beautifully relatable tool for introducing Faith, Jesus and His teachings into your child's life. Imagine your child took the same interest and wonder in Jesus and the Christian message as they did in princesses, fairies and elves? The Jesus Sees Us doll and accompanying book are tools to assist you in engaging your child and starting the conversation with them about Jesus' teachings.

Sounds pretty genius, right? I could not wait to have my kids try one out! The first thing I noticed when I opened our package was that it's super cute...much cuter in person. I think! The Doll has a warm and loving face and inviting, open arms that mirror the image of the illustrations in the Lesson Book. My daughter couldn't wait to get her hands on it! It was soft, and friendly looking- and the perfect size for her small hands! She has loved playing with her 'Esus'.



My son on the other hand was all about the book! He loves Bible stories and learning about Jesus, but those stories are not always easy for him to translate into his every day life. This book however gives him real life examples of just how he can act like Jesus. Seeing this friendly face in both the stories and the doll, Jesus became much more relatable. He didn't seem like a figure who was unattainable, but a true friend who is with us in our day to day life. Even as adults, couldn't we use that little reminder?

This is ideal for kids age 2-6, but both my under two and over six year old loved it as well! If you're looking for a great way to encourage your little ones to have a meaningful relationship with God, this is a must see! Truly, the perfect addition to any Easter basket! You can learn more at JesusSeesUs.com.



Ready to buy one for your child/grandchild? They are available to purchase at Amazon using this link, and you can save $10 on your purchase using the coupon code: JSBlog10. Shop today!

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What little one in your life would love the Jesus Sees Us doll and book? What other ways have you found to teach your little ones about Jesus?