Articles by teresak

Precious Moments

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. I was compensated in return for this review. All opinions are strictly my own. I’ve been a Precious Moments fan for many, many years. If you [...]

Rock Star

My daughter made this picture the other night and titled it “Rock Star.” If you go by the hair, I think she’s right. The pacifier wouldn’t do much for his image as [...]

Listen to “Little Lullaby” with your Grandchildren

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post and I was compensated for this review. All opinions here are mine and mine alone! If you haven’t heard of Rory and her music for children, [...]

Put Your Grandparent Memories On Video

I loved my grandmother dearly and I have so many precious memories of her. I decided it would interesting to know if other women my age had special memories of their grandparents. [...]

Full Moon Over The Snow

It’s been a crazy weekend here in southern Kentucky. We usually don’t get much snow but we got about a half inch of ice and then ten inches of snow. Our driveway [...]

BAM Conference 2016–It’s All About the Tribe

If your snowed in (like I am) and need some positive thoughts to warm you up, then let me tell you why I’m dreaming about BAM in Vegas. The coolest bloggers in [...]

Don’t Turn Your Grandchildren Around!

In keeping with my theme of child safety this week I wanted to share some very important information with you from my friends at Safety 1st. When children start to get older, [...]

Making Sure Your Grandchildren Are Safe In Your Home

One of the most important things you can do for your grandchildren is to make sure they are safe when visiting you in your home. Or, if you are one of the [...]

Wishing You a Peaceful Easy Feeling- RIP Glenn Frey

A few years ago my husband and I were able to go to an Eagles concert. We splurged on tee-shirts and snacks, made lots of pictures and had a great time. You [...]

A Mother’s Love Is a Powerful Love

I was scrolling through Pinterest when I saw this quote. The quote was not attributed to anyone in particular but I definitely could have said it because I’m still feeling my mother’s [...]

Don’t miss a single word from your grandchildren (sponsored by Hear.com)

Disclosure: The following is a paid advertisement; all content provided by Hear.com. Whether it’s the first words from our precious grandbabies, the joy of birds singing, the tinkling of a mountain stream, [...]

Gone To The Dogs

Hope you had a great week and that all is well in your world. This week’s photos have gone to the dogs. Why? Because around here we are either entertained by our [...]

Modesty? You Gotta Be Kidding Me

Have you noticed that people who work in the medical field are getting younger all the time? All the people my age or older must have retired and now their children and [...]

Ten Tips for Family Vacations

When you have a large family like we do traveling together can be a challenge, but with a little bit of planning and research, family vacations with children and grandchildren can be [...]

Bella, A Barn and Some Trees

Some weeks my pictures are rather random. This is one of those weeks. Yesterday we went walking on the farm at dusk and I snapped a picture of the barn and some [...]

What’s a Triby? Find Out Here and Win One for Your Home!

Where do you spend the most time in your house? If you are like me it’s in the kitchen, specifically around or near the refrigerator. Our refrigerator is a bulletin board for [...]

First Time Ice Skater

This is our grandson and he’d never seen an ice rink or ice skates before. He loved it! Papa was a big help and so was the red thing he held on [...]

The Day It Snowed Inside

My son-in-law was out of town this week and so I had to be at my daughter’s house by 7 a.m. to babysit my 1 year old grandson and 3 year old [...]

What Grandpa was Thinking

Years ago, when I was a little girl we spent every Christmas Eve at my Grandfather Bell’s house. My grandmother died when she was 51 (the same age my mother was when [...]

The First Day: The Perils of NanaHood

By Rebecca Faye Smith Galli My first grandbaby’s photos lit up my phone. “First day of daycare,” my son-in-law captioned it. I scrolled down past the photo of my darling three-month-old Blakely [...]