Tags » Homemaking

Baby Led Weaning

My seven month old son is a hearty eater. Anyone can tell that by looking at him, but you won’t find a single jar of baby food in our cabinets. 726 more words

The First Post is Always the Hardest

Hi, I’m Erica, and this is my blog. I guess a little bit about me is in order because you’ll be reading about my life. 354 more words

Womanly Ministries and Vocations

I went out to meet a dear sister in Christ and old friend of mine, who had just taken up a new vocation course of study. 1,392 more words

Nurturing Little Ones in the Home

I honestly feel that the home is a very important place. It is a place of life, of living, of recreation. It is a place of worship, of fellowship, of practicing and sharing our faith in the Messiah Yeshua. 704 more words

#ROW80 Check-in 07-24-16

GOAL PROGRESS

Color Coding Key

  • Red – Not started.
  • Pink – In progress.
  • Green – Ongoing goal completed for the check-in/week/month.
  • Aqua with strike out…
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Writing

Domesticated

Judging from this 1956 stint at the kitchen sink, my desire to be a pleaser began pretty early in my little life. Busy making pies in the sandbox, pulling an egg out from under my indignant pet chicken, and feeding my baby dolls spoonfuls of my mother’s cold cream, early on I domesticated my inherent creative passions of art, song and words by rerouting them through the kitchen and molding them into the more practical application of homemaking. 105 more words

Approaches to Home Economics

The home was for many people  in history an economic centre, in which goods were produced, consumed and distributed. In fact, the word “economics” literally means “law of the house” in Greek. 522 more words