Morphology is Timberdoodle’s 2011 Game of the Year and when offered a chance to review it, I was game to find out why!
Our approach to Christmas has always been nontraditional and eclectic. So what are we doing this year? Simple Decorating Pearl usually takes on the task of sprinkling the house with nativity scenes, a camel tapestry and more. We have a wide variety of nativities, including a plastic one set up specifically for the Bible Study […]
Reposted from December of 2009. One of the Christmas traditions our family has done for over 20 years now is reenacting the Nativity story. And so in honor of the season, for the next couple of weeks we will be posting short video clips of our enactments from the past. Our reenactments have taken many […]
Originally posted December 15th, 2009 on Timberdoodle’s Facebook Page. If you know our family, you know we have some odd family traditions including limiting our Christmas decorations to a nativity theme (we don’t even have a tree!) and putting off gift giving to New Years. Of all of our traditions though, Camel Bags raise the most […]
Reposted from Timberdoodle’s December 2006 newsletter On our honeymoon more than 28 years ago, we were confronted with the question, “should a Christian celebrate Christmas?” Having read and studied both sides of the controversy, we’ve come to the following conclusion. While we acknowledge that Jesus wasn’t actually born in December, it is the time that […]
Reposted from our December 2009 Timberdoodle Newsletter Dear Friends, This year we are taking a slight departure from our annual bashing of secular Christmas, to urge you to take inventory on the condition of your children’s hearts. What if you discovered, quite by accident, that your married daughter was flirting with the UPS man? Would […]