Mother’s Day Weekend May 13 & 14, 2017

So much happening this weekend. Post what you’re doing below, or any fun events open to the public, this Mother’s Day Weekend.

MAY 13

*Fanfest at Columbus Public Library 10am-4pm

*2nd Saturday for Children at Columbus Museum 10am-12pm

*Mother’s Day story time at Columbus Barnes & Noble at 11am. Activities after storytime
MAY 14

*Atlanta Children’s Museum, moms free

*Zoo ATL and North Atlanta Zoo offering free admissions to mom with the purchase  of a ticket.

*Atlanta events (go to calendar and put in the date you’re interested in). There are a lot of festivals this weekend in ATL

Visit from the Easter Bunny

Our neighbor’s. the ones that decided to release their bunnies into “the woods”, bunnies had babies…in our yard. We were standing at the window watching a squirrel and a bunny play.

 “We can’t let the dog out, he’ll hurt the babies”.

“Yeh, but i don’t want them to eat mu garden”

As we were talking about what to do my husband said, “there’s another one!” All of a sudden a person walked by the window. The dog in towe! “When did the kids get outside!

Once we shuttled them back inside, I asked the 4 year old why she let the dog and her sister outside? She said, “We wanted to see a bunny up close and pet him!” 

“Well Snoopy ran them off instead.”

Now I have to find them, catch them, etc…

A Lesson on Lying

When people talk about others or you consider the source. Do they do the things they say they will? Are they truthful? Have you caught them lying (over and over)? A zebra doesn’t change it’s stripes. A lie is intentional not a mistake. You are how you act, not what you say. Likewise, don’t worry when someone lies about you. If people believe them, they either (A) don’t know you or (B) don’t know the person they are believing. Just like that person lied on you, they will lie to them and about them as well. Yes, lying is a sin, don’t get caught up in someone’s lies and gossip. Watch the company you keep. It speaks volumes. 
The Bible says, “keep your tongue from evil and your lips from telling lies.” Psalm 34:13


WHEN: April 22

WHERE: The Rock Ranch

5020  Highway 36

The Rock, Georgia 30285

WHEN: Attractions 10:00am-5pm, Market 10:30-5:30

HOW MUCH: $15, There is military discount at the door. Kids 2 and under free.

UPDATE: due to frost, no strawberry picking for a couple weeks.

Things I like to bring:

-A good stroller (all grass) or carrier for kids that are done walking.

-Hats and sunscreen

-Money, food, or both

-Water bottles

-hand sanitizer (petting animals)

-An extra shirt (kids are known to eat strawberries as they pick, it gets messy)

-A container for strawberries.  (They have some available but I believe they charge a couple of dollars for them.)

What can I expect? (Based on previous years)

-chick-fil-a (they are an affiliate) and other food

-a ride in a wagon to get to the main area

-Petting zoo



-paddle boat



-strawberries (pay for what’s picked)

-Strawberry Shortcake character 

-Tiny town

-Bouncy area

-Bean bag toss

-sand area

-pony rides 

-slides and play areas

-pollination center 

-a nursing trailer (previous years)


-Carousel, ($2.00) zip lines ($12.75 and $8) and 50 ft. rock wall ($5)

And more…

*I’m leaving my house at 11am and will be there about 12pm. See you there! Stay in touch via FB or Twitter during the day.

Twitter: Charityisblog

Facebook: GA Mommy Friends

That moment your kids figure out the dog goes crazy when they ring the doorbell. So they do it again, and again, and again….#wine please. But you know what? No one bothered me for that 5 mins. #charityisblog 

Easter Egg Hunt

Today we decided to head to the Library to attend their Easter Egg Hunt. I took both children to the restroom kicking and screaming, then we patiently waited for the event to start…well as patient as you can with eggs poking through the books.

 Right before it was about to begin, my two year old insisted on going to the restroom. I didn’t have any choice at this point, but to encourage her potty training efforts. I told my four year old to grab as many eggs as she could. As I went to change the two year old, I realized I used the last diaper, and Ladybug was still in the children’s section; so we did the only thing we could do, we joined the crowd (I mean only I’d know she was commando). That is until, they sat down to count eggs at the end and, Chipmunk threw her hands behind her back and sat spread eagle. Even I had forgotten about the absent pullup by this time. At least Ladybug racked up on eggs, I have no idea how she grabbed

 so many alone.  As for Chipmunk, thankfully, a mom I knew passed us and gave me a diaper. I’m sure she could tell I was ready to go, when my 4 year old decided to play my chest like a set of bongos, as we were talking.

 All in all we had a great time! Another day at the library!