Do you find yourself falling into a pattern of daily grind, skipping the ‘fun’ activities because you don’t have time or lack energy?

Do creative arts, nature walks, drama, read alouds or spontaneous acts seem only a distant dream in your life?

Yet these Treasured Moments shared with loved ones uplift us, nurture our soul, remind us of the beauty and joy in our lives.

We want Treasured Moments for ourselves, for our children, for our families but how can we make it happen?

… Commitment … Encouragement … Support … Ideas … Plans.

I invite you to join us every Saturday and share your plans and ideas, your targets and goals and your stories … your ‘Treasured Moments’. In this way we may inspire one another, encourage ourselves and start achieving our dreams.
1
Seeing Princess’ excitement about being in mini squad and seeing her thrive in that environment.

2
Taking Jelly Bean and Jack Jack to their swimming lessons, watching them working hard at listening and following instructions.

3
Watching our two oldest go off together to dance and karate lessons.  Seeing the enjoyment on their faces when they came home.

4
Sharing in the enthusiasm of my Michelangelo and the younger girls as we tried a new way for Faith lessons, a Rosary Notebook.  They really like this approach.

To join in you are welcome to add her post here using the Mr Linky form (please link to the individual post) and include a link back here.

3 Comments on Treasured Moments 30)

  1. ladies
    I seem to have locked myself out of Linky this week:( hopefully I can fix the problem. Thank you for joining in.

    Judy
    Adding the Rosary notebook to the blog post list, promise to share when we finish, planning to have done before Nov, oops bet get a move on then;) Children are enjoying themselves and I enjoy seeing them do these together.

  2. Oops…I seem to have missed out on Mr. Linky; sorry! (Again!) Here's the link to my TM post:
    http://thankfulwoman.blogspot.com/2011/10/treasured-moments.html

    Would love to hear more about the Rosary notebooks!

    Sounds like your children are involved in some very exciting and enriching activities! I know just what you mean about the JOY of the older ones coming home, full of stories of their adventures!

    Thanks for hosting!

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