Raising More

Y’all, we’ve got big news. Exciting news. BIG, EXCITING NEWS. I’m excited, in case you can’t tell. Our crew is expanding! All of us at Raising Y’all gets to raise one more because there’s going to be a new baby in town! Not sure how else to top that. And there’s no sense in playing […] Read more…

Come One, Come All… Little E Turned Two!

How is my baby TWO?! I found myself asking that question all day long… The second birthday was just as special as the first. There’s still a novel feeling relative to remembering the days of his arrival but it’s clouded over with memories that have been made since then. I hope I can always look […] Read more…

I Got Soap in My Toddler’s Eyes and I Was the One Who Cried – A Tribute to My Great-Grandmother

This article was originally published on Her View From Home. You can see the original article here. I’m sharing this post on our blog now because my sweet great-grandmother who inspired this article has won her long fought battle with health issues and is now with Jesus. I hope to share with the world just how […] Read more…

Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas

Teachers are super important people. I’m not just saying that because I am one, promise. Without teachers, the world would be a lot more dim. Teachers’ work goes well beyond teaching ABCs and 123s, but I will save that for another post. So when that special week in May rolls around when we’re supposed to […] Read more…

Saving Toddler Dinner Time with Nurture Life

I’ve included a discount code for the service at the bottom of this blog post but I want to mention up front that we are NOT compensated if you decide to try this out, this is just a honest review from a real momma. Sharing is caring! Busy. Busy. Busy. Busy. That’s what life has been lately. […] Read more…

Got a Cold? Here’s a DIY Shower Bomb Recipe

  We live in Kentucky, home of the weather that’s never on schedule and always confusing your sinuses, so we battle lots of colds each year. Most of which end up being around your typical winter time/flu season, but there’s always those Kentucky allergies that kick in year round, sunshine or snow. Needless to say, […] Read more…

My Celebration: One Mom’s Take on High School Graduation

It’s Sunday night and I am looking through the fridge to plan dinner for Monday and lunches for the next day when the phone rings. It’s the high school calling with the weekly updates… or so I thought. I set the phone on speaker as I usually do in case my husband is nearby so […] Read more…

Fridays are for Target

I love my weekly trips to Target with the kiddo. No joke, I look forward to it throughout the week. Even if the only thing we buy is popcorn and Starbucks (which is hardly ever the case), we stroll through the aisles and chit-chat, enjoying the world around us but intently tuned into one another. […] Read more…

Love Shoes and Love People

This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. See Disclosure Page for more information.  The collection of TOMS shoes between the two of our houses is pretty astounding, which should speak for itself when we say we love TOMS shoes. It’s nice to […] Read more…

In case you need to hear it, you are not alone.

I cried today at church, nothing unusual really. But today it hit me hard. The lesson was on Job. Need I say more? Job was a man who suffered many extreme heartaches yet never lost his faith. He kept his faith in the most destitute of times and God rewarded him for it. If you […] Read more…

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