rice inside a piece of bamboo.
Both the blessings of children and
things. I’ve learned a lot from watch-
a mess in the process. I’ve learned there
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that persistence pays off—when Caleb
was trying so hard to learn to crawl,
around the apartment and wearing out
more than one adult in the process!
As he grows, Caleb will make his own
food-related;memories,;much;as;Alman-zo did. He’ll remember his mom making
his favorite dessert in the kitchen. He’ll
remember the almost unending wait until it was finally time to eat dinner. He
to taste the icing!
ourselves surrounded by God’s abundant blessings. Let’s dive in to the feast
He surrounds us with, the blessings of
faith, family, friends, and even fried
doughnuts. You might want to use a little
restraint with the doughnuts, though!
Bonnie Rose Hudson lives in central Pennsylvania with her mother and sister. She
loves being a part of SchoolhouseTeachers
.com and The;Old;Schoolhouse®;Magazine,
where her love of God, history, and writing
all work together. She invites you to stop by
and meet the star of her children’s historical
fiction series at Exploring;with;Jake.
4.;Bold Believers in Ethiopia: A Kids of Courage Activity Book. Kids of Courage and The Voice of the
5. Bold Believers in India: A Kids of Courage Activity
Book, Revised Edition. Kids of Courage and The
6.;From Burma to Michigan: Karen Women’s Folk
Food and Stories compiled by Leslie Askwith.
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