Welcome back to our series “30 Days of Praying for Your Husband” – whew, Day 2 and I’m already being challenged!
Welcome back to Coffee and Conversation! This is, by far, one of my favorite times of the week. I love seeing what y’all have been up to and it’s a great opportunity for Pat & me to give you a glimpse into what’s goin’ on around here! So, in the true spirit of [virtual] “coffee […]
You’ve seen this other places and in other forms, but as a lead-up to Father’s Day I would like to suggest that we pray for our children’s dad. Whether your kids are at home or have flown the coop, please join us! Even if you’re not married, but hope to be someday, you can take this […]
Summertime and the livin’ is easy…AND the kitchen is hot – so who wants to spends all night cooking? If the kids‘ idea of gettin’ mama out of the kitchen is a trip to Mickey D’s, but you’re not exactly craving fast food (and, honestly, who even knows what’s really in their food anyway), you’re […]
Are you too busy for your own good?
Welcome to our 42nd Coffee and Conversation! We’re so glad you’re here. Can’t wait to see what great posts y’all have for us this week. It’s been a crazy, busy time for us here at Mom’s Morning Coffee. Pat and I are working with Sarah Titus from SarahTitus.com to help our blog become all that it […]
We live in a busy world! We are always overloaded with a long list of things that need to get done. Getting organized always seems to get put on the back burner with plans to get to it …….one day!
A few of us have deep relationships that span decades— all the way back to the days of braces and sleepovers. Some of us have friends scattered across the country and we continue to make the effort to stay connected and involved in each other’s lives.
Patricia Sarmiento joins us from PublicHealthCorps.org with today’s guest post. Helping us celebrate Water Safety Awareness Month, she shares some tips for keeping your young ones safe during the coming summer swim season. Don’t forget, there are lots of activities to do with your kids that double as exercise, but nothing takes the place of safety, no […]
Yay! We’re pleased to be featuring another guest post, this one from Edna Thomson of Tidy Cleaning. Having a well-organized kitchen is not as hard as you might think. In fact, it can be very easy as long as you learn to be a little more organized.