Author: Kelli Scott

Where do your kids go? A series about local schools.

Whenever a new family moves to the valley, the parents want to know: Where should we send the kids? When we arrived in Wenatchee a few years ago, we were told we MUST get the girls into the Sunnyslope neighborhood. But also that Newbery is pretty fabulous. And had we considered St. Joe’s? We were overwhelmed then […]

Have a great weekend.

Happy Friday! What are you all up to this weekend? Anybody running in the big race tomorrow? Good luck to you! I will putz around in my p.j.s and enjoy a mimosa and French toast in your honor. Here are some fun links from around the web: Tumbleweed is celebrating four years in Wenatchee with a big sale Saturday. […]

Books we love: ‘Mindful Loving’

Our newest blogger, Anni Hisey, is raving about a book that came out more than 10 years ago: “Mindful Loving” by Dr. Henry Grayson. Anni calls it a “masterful guide into my own mind and heart,” and said she gives away copies of the book to friends whenever she can. Other people we know swear […]

Things I’ve learned (as a father)

Ever since Mom Blog was launched I’ve had an urge to contribute. I have all the qualifications, short of being an actual, uh, mom. My light-hearted suggestion for a “Corporal Punishment Corner” got me off on the wrong foot with the powers that be. So, I came up with “Things I’ve learned (as a father).” The […]

Have a lovely weekend.

What are you up to this weekend? How was your spring break? Hopefully you and your kids avoided the respiratory gunk that’s been going around town and were able to get out for some spring adventures. Enjoy the weekend, and here are your Friday links from around the web: It’s sundress weather out there! Old […]

Have a beautiful weekend.

Happy Spring Break! What are you all up to this weekend? A nice couple we know from church invited us to their farm to play with brand-new baby goats on Saturday. Baby. Goats. The girls are going to lose their little minds. I also see pancakes from The Wild Huckleberry and hikes in the newly opened Sage Hills […]