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First Saturday Freebies

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First Saturday Freebies If you didn’t know, the first Saturday of each month is loaded with freebies and great deals! If you’re going to pick one weekend to capture some free family fun and do some shopping, typically you can count of the first Saturday of the month to deliver.

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101 Free Things to do in Nashville in 2017

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Looking for some free Nashville events to keep your family occupied and happy? Look no further! There are lots and lots of fun things to do around Nashville and the surrounding communities. But, it’s hard to believe how much of it is free…that’s right zero dollars. Today, I give you my “101 FREE things to do in Nashville in 2017” courtesy of our …

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Family Life Weekend to Remember Registration Discount Code

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If you’re planning to attend the Family Life Weekend to Remember getaway, we have a registration discount code for you, but you have to act quickly! We first attended the Family Life Weekend to Remember event years ago in Florida after I won a Moody Radio contest (shocking that I won a contest, I know 😉 We were so impressed by …

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Why a Martial Arts Class Makes a Perfect Family Activity

Martial Arts: A Perfect Family Time Activity

The following is a sponsored guest post by Harvest Martial Arts, located just south of us in Historic Downtown Franklin, Tennessee. However, the message and content are pertinent no matter where you live, which is why I wanted to share this with you today. Family time is sacred. With the stress of jobs that stretch long past 9-5, housework that …

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Free FamilyLife Cruise Giveaway!

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Yes, you read that headline correctly – this is the place for a free FamilyLife Cruise Giveaway! UPDATE: The cruise giveaway has now ended, but you can still take advantage of the current FamilyLife Love Like You Mean It Cruise discount! Details below… If you’ve ever attended a Family Life Weekend to Remember event, then you know the impact it …

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The Best Places to Trick or Treat in Nashville

The Best Places to Trick or Treat in Nashville

Ever wondered where the best places to trick or treat are in Nashville?  I have the list right here for you thanks to Zillow! Nashville ranked 19th on Zillow’s list of the top 20 cities for trick-or-treaters. This list represents the cities that provide the most candy in the least amount of time with the fewest safety risks. Here are …

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When Kids Lose: 3 Truths to Tell Them

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“You may not win, but you must try. Sometimes, you’ll lose, but there’s no need to cry. Win or lose, one thing that’s true… No matter what, I love you!” ~ Lysa TerKeurst from “Win or Lose I Love You!“ I dare say our deepest heartache once we become parents is not when we get hurt, but when our kids …

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5 Old School Values to Teach Your Kids

5 old school values to teach your kids

My dad died recently. He was 89. If you’re assuming he was quite a bit older than I was, you’d be correct – 49 years my senior to be exact. While some may argue that I was at a disadvantage by having a father old enough to be my grandfather, I’d have to disagree with you. Although my parents divorced …

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Dollywood’s Splash Country Retreat: A Multi-Generational Birthday Celebration

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Every summer, we typically head back to Florida, where we lived for years and where some of our family still lives. However, because of our schedule this summer, we couldn’t find a big enough pocket of time to make a trip to Florida possible. But we could find four free days in a row – and you probably already know …

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What to Do When Your Child Questions God

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Having not grown up in the church, I can’t really say what a child’s relationship with God should look like. On one end of the spectrum, there are kids that may go to church each week, but not remember much more than “Jesus loves me”. On the other end of the spectrum, there are children like Colton Burpo who have …

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