Two weeks after our son left for the MTC, we received the letter that every parent longs for from their missionary. The “Thank You” letter. He thanked us for teaching him the value of hard work. I’m not talking about the do your chores around the house work. I am talking about the back breaking,… Continue reading The Best Thing You Can Teach Your Future Missionary
As a mother of a missionary, I like to have things around our home that remind our family of what our son is doing. I created this My Missionary Commission and thought perhaps you might like one as well. We displayed ours at our missionary’s open house. You can download the file, by clicking on… Continue reading FREE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD
The lucky winners of our first giveaway are @ashley_chick26 and @christina_clement! Please send us a message via Instagram with which map you would like along with you mailing address. If you choose the mission map, please send us your missionaries name and mission. Congratulations!
The other day I was messaging back and forth with our missionary and I asked him a few questions about some of the items we purchased for him. I wanted to know how they were working out and if he found them useful. Since I live in Texas, the resources for missionaries were somewhat limited, therefore, I… Continue reading Five Missionary Must Haves
We have a saying in our home that we use when one is sharing something they love that is near and dear to them, and then someone else proceeds to interject their opinion or feeling about it in a negative way. It’s called Don’t Yuck my Yum. It happens more often than you would think. It… Continue reading Be Mindful
When it came to my sons mission farewell open house, I would like to say that I had it all together, but truth be told, I was a wreck. I was stressed, anxious, nervous, uncertain, heartbroken and every emotion in between. I wanted to do something unique yet still wanted it to be somewhat stress… Continue reading How To: Missionary Farewell Italian Soda Bar
Tribe: A social division in a traditional society consisting of families or communities linked by social, economic, religious or blood ties, with a common culture and dialect, typically having a recognized leader. As a missionary mama, one thing I have learned navigating this journey is that I not only need a friend; I need a tribe. A… Continue reading Our Tribe