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In our church, we are encouraged to spend time on Monday evenings with our families. It’s really up to each family how they choose to do it. Some have a gospel centered lesson, some work on their families’ emergency preparedness, some go out to the movies or somewhere fun. I love it because there is really no right or wrong way to do it as long as you spend time with your family! How great is that!? The reason I bring it up today is because I’d love to share what we plan on doing this month…

In our church, we are encouraged to spend time on Monday evenings with our families. It’s really up to each family how they choose to do it. Some have a gospel centered lesson, some work on their families’ emergency preparedness, some go out to the movies or somewhere fun. I love it because there is really no right or wrong way to do it as long as you spend time with your family! How great is that!? The reason I bring it up today is because I’d love to share what we plan on doing this month…

we found another adorable DIY #Christmas ornament that's super easy to make! All it takes is: 1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup flour, 1/4 water Mix and knead until dough forms Make the impression with your little ones hand (awh!) Cut out the hand shape with a knife - leave a border Poke a hole in the top for hanging Bake at 200 F for 3 hours Paint, seal and it's ready to hang with a ribbon of your choice!

we found another adorable DIY #Christmas ornament that's super easy to make! All it takes is: 1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup flour, 1/4 water Mix and knead until dough forms Make the impression with your little ones hand (awh!) Cut out the hand shape with a knife - leave a border Poke a hole in the top for hanging Bake at 200 F for 3 hours Paint, seal and it's ready to hang with a ribbon of your choice!

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