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Kitchen Rules free printable

Kitchen Rules {free printable} - How to Nest for Less™

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Timeline Photos - Ralph Waldo Emerson | Facebook

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Women of God can never be like women of the world. The world has enough women who are tough; we need women who are tender. There are enough women who are coarse; we need women who are kind. There are enough women who are rude; we need women who are refined. We have enough women of fame and fortune; we need more women of faith. We have enough greed; we need more goodness. We have enough vanity; we need more virtue. We have enough popularity; we need more purity. - MARGARET D. NADAULD

The Joy of Womanhood - general-conference

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Love this one.

You have and will always be enough. Yes. :: You Are Enough. You Always Were. by LivLane on Etsy

Read me a story, tuck me in tight, say a sweet prayer and kiss me goodnight - sign for your childs room or nursery @Jessica Stewart ... thought this would be cute for the kids' rooms!

Nursery

Oscar Wilde

Motherhood - Inspirational Quotes

Words to live by...

so cute!

The Lord knows.

This will be framed in my son's room one day...

"However late you think you are, however many chances you think you have missed, however many mistakes you feel you have made or talents you think you don't have, or however far from home and family and God you feel you have traveled, I testify that you have NOT traveled beyond the reach of divine love. It is not possible for you to sink lower than the infinite light of Christ's Atonement." -Jeffrey R. Holland

cute for my outside door!

So true... very inspirational.

President Monson

Little Brother ♥

My wish...

love infinity

princess

cute reminder for my kidlets!

“This is our one and only chance at mortal life—here and now. Opportunities come, and then they are gone. Among the greatest lessons we are to learn in this short sojourn upon the earth are [those] that help us distinguish between what is important and what is not. I plead with you not to let [the] most important things pass you by as you plan for that illusive and nonexistent future when you will have time to do all that you want to do. Instead, find joy in the journey—now.” –Thomas S. Monson

Henry B Eyring on Marriage

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