We can all pretty much agree that until kids reach a certain age, no matter what you do, they aren’t going to be 100% into the message being given at Church. That is why I am writing this post today. To share with you the things I do to keep kids busy at church.
I just wanted to share briefly some headcover styles that are suitable for a Mormon. Despite what some people may believe, it is not required that Mormon women cover their heads. A certain set of modesty standards, is however, required. Because my hair is so short right now I have been wearing styles similar to these below (think turban), but I also like to wear a style similar to the tichels when my hair is longer.
All of these came from pinterest, to see more follow my “Headcovers” board.
Which style above is your favorite?
Some habits are heard to break. Take for instance my habit to immediately count somebodies blessings when they start complaining. It always makes me think of the LDS Hymn “Count your Blessings”
Maybe it is because I know how life is…
As long as I can remember Losh has always been “spiritual”. He has something about him that I’ve never really seen in anybody else; so pure compared to most. So, when he wanted to get baptized I was a little hesitant. After all, baptism is for the remission of sins, and this little guy had no sins. Of course he has made a few transgressions, but sins are an entirely different matter. When our home teacher and missionaries started asking about his baptism, I knew it was time.
Losh with Elder Hanover and Elder Daley