For twenty years now, I’ve been using food, prayer, and conversation based around the liturgical calendar to share the lives of the saints and the beautiful truths and traditions of our Catholic faith. My own ten children, our friends and neighbors, and people just like you have been on this journey with me.
If you’d like to learn more about what Catholics believe and why, and to be inspired by saints from every era all over the world, you’ve come to the right place. If you’re feeling overwhelmed with the prospect of how to teach your kids about the faith in a way that’s true, engaging, and lasts a lifetime, we can help!
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Love it! 🙂
I love when bloggers vlog. It makes me feel like I finally, really know who they are.
Now not only is there a name and a face..but a voice too. I like you even more. And Lulu is about the cutest thing ever! So is Frankie…I love his blue car 🙂 I also enjoy knowing that you live part time in Chicago. We love it here.
So happy to know it's not your intention to make me feel bad about my poor party planning skills 😉
Your Alice in Wonderland cake was Uh-MAZING!!
(Love the video!)
Putting a voice to a face is so awesome. And also I have a squirmy baby just that age so I relate 🙂
I loved this! How fun! It's always so interesting to put a voice with a face. I never imagine the right voices, it's always surprising to hear what people actually sound like in real life and not what they sound like in my head. And I love your kids going through the background!
Agreed! I'm always, always wrong. So of course I was wrong this time too.
You guys really couldn't have been expected to know that I sound like a seven year old girl.
I also sound like a 7-year-old girl. Solidarity.
Love this, Kendra! I know everyone has said this, but I agree – putting a voice with a face is so interesting and so awesome!
You look and sound great Kendra. But I may have enjoyed the kids even more.
Yes! I punctuate text messages too. I'm not surprised that you do also.
I'm going to echo what everyone else said about putting a voice to a face. Also – and I hope you aren't offended by this – watching this makes you seem much less intimidating! Just because when you read someone's blog and their great ideas for long enough, sometimes you start to forget that they're just a regular person like you!
Ahh! I love this so much. You seem like a real person now, and not a robot. And, Lulu is the cutest, squirmiest little thing! And, I love Frankie too. Those kids are so cute!
I dont know how to describe it, but you totally sound like you're from SoCal.
I love being able to hear the voices of the bloggers I like to read. How fun!
The Starving Inspired
Had to giggle a little when you said you were going to judge everyone else’s parenting skills. Now I’m off to find out a little bit more about your “likes” and “dislikes”!
Beatrice loved this so much and watched it about 8 times! She misses "Lulu, Fwankie and Tiewney"! Also, I think Lucy thought you were kidding about the zombie apocalypse!
This is great! I love the kids moving around in the background…good to put a voice with a face! 🙂
So fun! i have thought about vlogging, but….well, then how could I edit it to make me look perfect? lol
Okay it took me forever to actually watch this BUT I think the absolute best part is Lulu. Sorry – she steals the show and it's kind of awesome to see that she really IS just THAT SMILEY! Love it 🙂