It has been a busy, busy month. Between doctors appointments, commissioned sewing projects (I'm making all the bridesmaid outfits for a wedding!), summer scouting activities (I'm a den leader), vacation, and the chaos that comes with having the kids home for the summer, it seems as though there is no time left over for anything else.
Plus, with any extra time I find, I've been trying to spend with my kids. I even made myself a printable, to remind me of the things I want to be sure and do with my three boys. It comes from a talk by Ezra Taft Benson called, To the Mothers in Zion. (He gave a similar talk to fathers, as well.) In his talk, he lists ten ways that mothers can spend effective time with their children.
I thought it was a good reminder of what I want to do, so I put together the list (with cute fonts!) and printed it out and placed it on a bookshelf in my bedroom, where I see it often. I thought some of you might enjoy this printable as well, so I'm posting it here for you. Feel free to download (right click and save, as always) or pin to Pinterest. Enjoy!