2018 LDS Primary Music Flipcharts (+ All the Welcome Songs and all the Birthday Songs!)

Over the few years I’ve created many flipcharts to help LDS Primary children learn the words to our beautiful Primary Songs. I’m happy to have another update for you with flipcharts for all of the 2018 Outline songs (plus the two extra songs I’ve chosen for my Primary) as well as ALL of the welcome and […]

He is Risen! 15 Week Family Home Evening Plan

This idea has been kicking around in my mind for years, and I’m so happy to finally bring it to life.  Here’s the idea:  study one story of Christ’s life from His birth and ministry through His death and resurrection each week from Christmas to Easter. Of course it would be impossible to study every […]

What I’ve Been Reading: December 2017

Joining Modern Mrs. Darcy to share what I’ve been reading lately. The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida This book was absolutely fascinating.  It’s written by a 13 year old Japanese boy who has severe Autism and is nonverbal.  He wrote it through the use of a letter grid. It completely changed my understanding of Autism. Not only that, […]

2018 LDS Youth and Primary Theme Coloring Pages

The themes for the LDS Youth and Primary are beautiful.  I love that each year the lessons our children hear at church are focused on one central theme.  No matter where you live, the same principles are being taught. For 2018, the themes are: Youth Theme: Learn of me and listen to my words; walk […]

Christmas Journal Inserts & Embellishments (FREE!)

I find a lot of joy through journaling. And I find a lot of joy from sharing things I’ve created with you. Today is the best of both worlds! A ton of free journaling printables for you! Generally I take an hour or so per month to set up a whole bunch of pages at […]

DIY Cross Stitch Christmas Ornaments

It’s been a difficult year for our family. I’ve mentioned before that my Grandparents (my dad’s parents) passed away within less than four months of each other.  Two of my husband’s Grandmas passed away this year also. Four grandparents within about seven months. That’s a lot of loss. My Grandma Kindlespire (my kids called her […]