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my momma heart | my momma heart Home hudsley co. About summer time screen time June 22, 2017 By: Jennifer5 Comments My kiddos are finally out of school! It seems like this school year has dragged on forever. I’m excited to be unscheduled and FREE! But, just like most moms, summer time brings big changes around our home. It usually takes us a week to get in a grove and my youngest has been the whiniest ever lately. Also, can I mention we’ve been “potty training” since February. I think we finally turned a corner, but not before I texted our day care provider back in Minnesota and asked if I could send him there for a few weeks to get this situation taken care of. She said sure and I was pretty close to taking her up on it. I’m kidding. Mostly. I knew I needed a plan for the summer, especially regarding screen time. It’s so easy to let them entertain themselves in front of a glowing TV or tablet or computer and then 30 minutes turns into 60 minutes. My plan is to have activities or field trips most days but on the ones I don’t, we for sure need a plan. I remembered seeing some summer screen time check lists on Pinterest and really liked the layout of Mique’s over at Thirty Handmade Days and knew I needed to make one for our family. The big boys have the same checklist (different border colors so they know which one is theirs) and I made a different one for Wesley, just because the expectations are different. I debated putting pictures next to all of his to give him some visual clues as to what he’s supposed to do, but after I read it to him and he basically recited it, I figured we were good. I talked about our new rules the night before I expected them to use the new checklist. I got one set of eye rolls and a moan but other than that they were fine. The next morning I printed and laminated their checklists, went over the expectations with all of them and then let the magic happen. No really, magic really did happen. I fully expected whining, tears, arguments, maybe some stomping feet. None of it. They went off and started on their lists. So, for now, the goal is to accomplish the list but the long game is that I’m hoping they’ll stop seeing it as items to complete as fast as they can, and let themselves get engaged in each activity. I know that won’t happen right away, but I am pretty confident it will. For now, I’m just excited that there hasn’t been any mindless wandering around the house wondering what to do. (Because seriously, you have a whole room dedicated to play and games and blocks, you must be able to find SOMETHING. No? Okay, well I guess keep wandering.) The first week has been awesome; dare I say…peaceful? There’s been some minimal arguing but they are doing a pretty good job working through it themselves. I’m hoping that it only gets better from here! How do you keep your kiddos’ brains and bodies active during the summer? creating margin when hosting guests June 12, 2017 By: Jennifer7 Comments My grandmother was an amazing hostess. Going to her home was like going on vacation. She cooked delicious meals, made sure everyone was taken care of and, best of all, set up the coziest beds for everyone, even if they were on the couch or floor. Now that we are half a country away from most of our family and friends, we have a lot more house guests for longer periods of time. There are people who like their homes to be a calm, quiet, retreat; a place where they can rest and renew. I can certainly understand that but for me being surrounded by people we love and who love us, is restful and renewing. Okay, so not in the sense that I’m getting a full night’s rest, but staying up late while laughing until we cry is more renewing to me than a couple hours of sleep (and a good night’s sleep is pretty high on my list of needs). I love having a full house; full of love, full of laughs, full of children running around and having fun, full of deep conversations, and ridiculous ones, too. It fills my heart to be with our tribe of people and being away from them has me craving that time. As someone who tends to lean towards service in most aspects in my life, it shouldn’t have been a surprise that it is also a motive when it comes to hospitality. I want anyone who enters our home to be thought of and welcomed. By the time our guests get to our home, they have purchased plane tickets, taken vacation time and/or rearranged schedules, planned what kind of clothing and accessories they need, packed all the ever-loving suitcases, and then done the actual traveling. Plus most of our guests do this with small children which pretty much adds 300% more work. I want coming to our home to feel like a break, a vacation, some much needed rest from the daily grind. I don’t, however, choose to relegate myself to the only cook in the kitchen or run around taking care of housekeeping duties while sacrificing the precious gift of time. There are some key actions we can take to make sure that we are prepared, without losing out on time together. I’ve been working on creating margin in all areas of my life and when you have house guests you are so eager to spend time with, margin matters. Let’s look at some ways we can extend blessings into the lives of our guests while also creating margin. 1. Meal plan. I usually do meal planning a month at a time, and only really plan dinners. When we have guests, however, I try to plan each meal out to make sure I’m not running to the grocery store to pick up more food every day. This doesn’t mean I’m cooking at every meal, but at least I know we’re stocked for the week. I also send out a little questionnaire the guests can fill out to help me plan for food. You can check it out below. While most people staying with us are dear friends and family, it doesn’t always mean I know the ins and outs of their (and their kiddos’!) food preferences. Our friends enjoy helping out with cooking, so even if it’s an involved meal, I don’t feel like I’m hanging in the kitchen while everyone is somewhere else. Except for a couple days per stay, breakfast is typically cereal, fruit, waffles (yay for a waffle maker!), yogurt, or hard boiled eggs. Easy. Lunches are usually sandwiches or leftovers from the night before. Dinners are usually where the most meal prep and cooking takes place, but again, with planning you can make sure you are serving meals that don’t require a lot of your time. If your guests are coming to you from another part of the country, include some local faire. For instance (spoiler alert to our summer guests), we are planning on making a trip to Pike Place Market where we’ll buy all the ingredients for the night’s meal. It will be interesting to see what we come up with and a fun way to add some Seattle culture to our guests’ visits. 2. Plan your days, or at least your activities. Have a list, mental or written, that includes the activities you’d like to do. I ask my guests their must-do activities so you can include them. Like in most locations, the wea... Whois

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