Author Archives: Sarah's Serendipity

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So, I know I just started this space, but I’ve actually decided to switch over to blogger and I figure the sooner, the better. My very difficult computer has made this decision necessary. I hope you will visit me over … Continue reading

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snow day!

Well, it’s finally happened. We woke up to a beautiful winter wonderland! It’s been snowing most of the night and still continues outside my window as I write this. There is something so special and magical about snow falling. I … Continue reading

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{this moment}

{this moment} – A Friday ritual. A single photo – no words – capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. Inspired by SouleMama.

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warmth…

Baby, it’s not cold outside! I live in one of the coldest places in the U.S., Minnesota. It’s the butt of many weather jokes and the coldness is really, truly insane sometimes. Granted, I grew up in Texas and saw … Continue reading

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working wednesday…

This week I am working on myself in these ways… Patience – This is probably the most important attribute anyone dealing with small children should cultivate. I find that I am very often lacking in patience, it is not my … Continue reading

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how i got here, part 2.

I am continuing the story of my “parenting journey’ from the previous post. As I searched for a “discipline” style, A was born and beautiful chaos filled the house once again. Things were so much easier this time not because … Continue reading

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how i got here…

Many years ago there were no parenting books, no parenting styles or labels, just parents. People learned from (and were assisted by) their own parents as well as other family members, friends and neighbors how to care for and raise … Continue reading

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