I've always been a fairly voracious reader but this was the first year that I actually read 100 Books! I guess I can now say there is at least one good thing to come out of 2020. As a child I'm pretty sure that I read 100 Books in a year but this was my first time hitting that milestone as an adult. Since January is the time for bookish friends to think about their 2021 List of Books to Read I thought it would be fun to share a list of the 100 Books that I read this past year mostly in order. My list is pretty haphazard and includes a lot of fiction this past year. I usually do try to intentionally read a mixture of books from a variety of topics: Christian Living, History, Motherhood, Personal Growth, Fiction, and children's books that I read aloud. Personal Observations When life feels crazy (or I'm planning to ride in the car with 3 kiddos) I always reach for easy fiction reads. Well life must have felt crazier than I thought because I read a lot of fictio
Here is a picture of Sarah Beth wearing her helmet on a recent vacation in Florida this month. She had to wear it 23 hours a day and it was tough! Last Week's Goals & Recap Marriage, Mothering, and Family: 1) Continued faithfulness with Sarah's physical therapy and helmet. (She has torticollis and plagiocephaly.). We are overjoyed that Sarah learned to crawl in the last month but she still needs to work on strengthening her neck muscles. One of my least favorite exercises is tilting her to the side and holding her in that position. She also hates it but it is really important. OUR GIRL GOT HER HELMET OFF!!!!! We are over the moon thrilled. She still has torticollis and we will need to continue therapy for the time being. 2) Begin a new read-aloud with Eli & Eva. I would love to read a sweet Christmas book together this year. Anyone have a suggestion for me? We read 1/2 of The Family Under the Bridge. 3) Enjoy an at home date night with my husband.