The Life of That One Mom in 2020…

Well, it’s been a hot minute. At first, I was just going to say all of this in an email to my loyal followers, but I was afraid people wouldn’t read the email. Plus, it might get a little longer than an email should really be. Nobody needs that. This has been a hard year. There have been some good points for some of my friends and family…babies, new jobs, exciting adventures. But, for me especially, it’s been a sucky {Read More}

Confessions of a Non-Biscuit Maker: Two Easy Biscuit Recipes!

Confessions of a Non-Biscuit Maker & Two Biscuit Recipes   Don’t tell, but it’s true. I am a Non-Biscuit Maker and I previously made horrible biscuits. Thanks to these two Biscuit Recipes, I am no longer ashamed of my lack of baking skills!!   My own Momma makes the best little biscuits you ever put in your mouth. Light and fluffy on the inside, with just enough brown crust on the bottom to give it texture. As a matter of {Read More}

Home for Christmas Tour

Home for Christmas: My 2019 Christmas Home Tour   Whether you know me in real life or only virtually through That One Mom and social media, you might have figured out that I absolutely love decorating for Christmas! It’s not just about the beautiful colors and all the details–there is a feeling of warmth and happiness that Christmas decorations bring. And oh so many memories! I love my Christmas House and I hope you get those feelings as you follow {Read More}

Letter to Santa Printable and How to Send It!

Do your children write letters to Santa? Does Santa send a reply? Letters to Santa are a precious gesture that children of all ages can participate in. What to include in the letter is individual to each writer, but here are a few suggestions: Questions–Nothing is too silly or too serious for Santa. Encourage your child to ask anything they want. Let them be curious and creative! A Christmas wish list. There’s a good chance that Santa already knows what {Read More}

White Bean Chicken Chili

Some days you need something warm to fill up your tummy. Whether it’s potato soup or stew or even this White Bean Chicken Chili, when cold weather hits, it’s time to break out the soup bowls! Personally, I like soups and stews and chilis at any time of the year. Some would beg to differ though…one of those being my husband. He’s of the opinion that soup isn’t good when the weather is hot and/or if he’s not in the {Read More}

Chalkboard Christmas Printable and the Importance of Being Flexible

Christmas Chalkboard Printable and the Importance of Being Flexible   Some days I have big plans. And some days those plans fall through. Maybe I’m too tired to cook a huge dinner. Maybe I can’t focus or I don’t have any new ideas. Or maybe I get an unexpected visit from someone and I have to be a little bit flexible with how I’m spending my time. That’s okay though. Moments spent with people you love are more important than {Read More}

If You Just Believe

Have you seen the movie “The Polar Express”??? It’s one of my favorite Christmas movies. The message is very sweet, but it’s the music that I love the most! One of the songs from the movie is “Believe” by Josh Groban. If you haven’t heard the song or heard Josh Groban, I highly suggest you look it up because the man is talented! The movie has a lot to do with believing in Santa, but the song talks about how {Read More}