Blog Archives for category Inspiration

What’s YOUR Favorite?

We are returning to our original mission. What is your favorite ………………………? We would like to make Momma’s Choice one of the most USEFUL websites you know about. One way we would like to do this is report what YOUR favorites are. Let us know your favorite: products, ideas, parenting advice, inspirational anything, money saving ideas and the best (useful) websites. Anything that has enriched your life, please take a minute and share it in a comment. It’s nice to share, right?

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Pregnant And She Knows It…

Want a chuckle? Watch the “Pregnant and I know it” video that has gone viral…

the good wife

7 Facts a Wife Should Know About Her Husband

There are many aspects to being a good wife. Here we found 7 things every wife should know from The Christian Post. . .

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A Morning Inspiration

Also, just wanted to share something I read this morning in my devotional…. It was so cool that I had just talked about this with one of my best friends. God has given me such a peace and joy this morning and a trust that almost makes me feel guilty. Not like I deserve something but that I trust God will take care of all our needs. The devotional is a little long but please bear with me 🙂

fun on the computer

Save Money With the Red Box Trivia Game

Redbox is doing a movie trivia game that gives you 60 seconds to answer 5 movie trivia game questions. Each question answered correctly gets you 10 cents off your next rental. I got 3 correct so I have a code for .30 cents off my next rental. You can play as many times as you like but you can only use it towards a rental once per day. If nothing else you can have a few minutes of fun with your kids that will pay you to have fun!

Count It All Joy

I thought you might like some encouragement (mixed with some exhortation), and I haven’t done a post like this in… Continue reading »

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Couponing 101

Wondering how those extreme couponing moms do it? You don’t have to go extreme to save 50-90% on your grocery and household budget. Here’s a primer on how to get started.