My husband and I are, like, sort-of famous now.
Watching this new video is guaranteed to fill up your happiness bucket today!
This month ‘Mormon Soprano’ turned 2 years old! It’s hard to believe our little baby has grown into a full-fledged toddler. It seems like just yesterday she was too small for any search engine recognition. Now, her posts often make the top ten on a Google Search, while other bloggers ping and track-back. She has even been recognized by a few professional news feeds.
It’s interesting to be the parent of a toddler. As many of you have experienced, every day with a two-year-old is definitely a new adventure! According to experts, here is some advice for raising the toddler blog…
Here is a very clever and funny version of Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus. These “monks” have found a creative way around their vow of silence. (Kudos for all the practice hours this took to pull off!) – MoSop more about “Hallelujia Chorus! By Les Freres de S…“, posted with vodpod
Please join with me in a moment of silence for my Motherboard. I sent her in last week for some basic upgrades, including a snazzy new hard drive with lots of “Gigs” and “Bytes”, so MoSop could save even more photos, and become a speedier blogging queen. The family was also tired of receiving continual …
A new series of Mormon Ads are being released promoting Family Time, and they are a lot of fun!
You do not want to miss watching this awesome short movie called “VALIDATION“. It has won many independent film festival awards and has changed lives. The creators are offering it free of charge to the public. This is 16 minutes guaranteed to make you smile. Be sure to watch it to the very end. Afterwards, …
Yesterday I wrote about Finding Light In The Darkess of our lives, and had the amazing good fortune of announcing that after our dark and dreary wait, Mr. MoSop received a job offer!! However, the Lord in His infinite wisdom made sure we didn’t get too uppity about it. (explanation momentarily).
Just for fun – A little news story that made me laugh. This happened at the neighborhood grocery store I shopped at for years growing up.