I haven’t done a tot talk in a while!!! Its not that I don’t have millions of hilarious stories, its more like I can’t keep up with all of them through all the laughter. This is a recent incident that still has me crackin’ up. In our daily routine, we have a time called quiet time.… Continue reading Tot Talk #3: Quiet Time
Hey family!!! I have another yummy, healthy-ish (lol) recipe for you and the tots to whip up in the kitchen. The children will love it because come on…who doesn’t like chocolate?!?! So, because there are apples it HAS to be healthy right?!?!hahaha Well anyway, its a fun and easy recipe for everyone to enjoy!! Here’s what you need: 2 Apples… Continue reading Chocolate Covered Apples!!
Its sooo cool to have been nominated for this award and I must say it was a pleasant surprise!! I want to thank my sister and friend JusTalk Blogs for the nomination and if you haven’t checked out her blog yet, what the heck are ya waiting for???lol Get on over there and get inspired, motivated and have… Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award
In my last post we talked about teaching children a skill at an early age! WELLL…My girls LOVE to COOK!! They are my little helpers (more like taste testers!) in the kitchen.When it comes to cooking they are always there with open mouths and helping hands. Probably because they know in the end, they get to eat something… Continue reading Helpers in the Kitchen!
Its been a looooooooong time family!!! And it feels so good to be back!!!So much has happened/changed in the tribal tots household I wouldn’t even know where to begin to get ya’ll caught up!!!lol Now that all the hugs and kisses are done, I must fill you in on something that I’ve been studying these past couple of… Continue reading The Challenge!!
To be honest, raising children to be set apart is not an easy task. Sometimes we (as mothers) can be super hard on ourselves because we want it so bad for our children that we forget that they are just that..children. Some things will take time. We shouldn’t pile everything on them at once and expect them… Continue reading Longsuffering
One night last week, me and the girls were going through our regular bedtime routine of scripture reading and prayer. When we got to Proverbs 31:10, I began to read. In the 11th verse it reads, For she is worth far more than RUBIES”. My 1 year old taps me on the arm begging for my… Continue reading Tot Talk #2:Bedtime Routine
Music has a very influential role in our lives whether you know it or not. In our culture, music has always been a form of expression. From praise and worship to singing a child to sleep, music has its place in the bonding moments between a father/mother and child. When I became a first time mom,… Continue reading Nursery Rhymes
Children are not a burden, they are a blessing. I know you have heard this before, but your tired eyes and food stained clothes scream otherwise. I have definitely been there. And its NOT a pleasant place to be. Your children can’t thrive in a toxic environment like that and you definitely can’t provide love. Its… Continue reading Change your Perspective
When I hear the saying, “Mind your manners”, I hear it in my grandmas voice and I picture her giving me the side eye like “you better straighten up” if I was out of line.We were to always speak clearly and respectfully when addressing an adult. We dare not interrupt if an adult was speaking. And we were… Continue reading Mind Your Manners
A Work of Art By Shelayah Perry I cover my hair It’s beautiful to me All of my glory The world need not see a hat or a scarf My headcovering A work of art Just to show the world that I am set apart I am holy I am covered I embrace strength That… Continue reading Poem to the Daughters of Zion
Over the years, I have learned that every child is different. They learn differently, they are interested in different things and they also process thought in their own unique way. I would often go to my husband, and explain to him how I wanted to teach my children and have them on a schedule and… Continue reading Finding a Balance