Highcountrymom.com is a Blog with a focus on families in the High Country. Quality family time in our busy world is important to us. It is our prayer this site will bless families as we share family traditions, how we have come to call the High Country home and fun we have throughout the year. It is not all about our family, we want you to share with us.
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Our family focus is on giving back to families in need. 10% of our net profits benefit High Country Charities… specifically those focused on families.
Being a parent is a priceless gift from God. We need time to get connected, renew and be energized by those around us. We post family friendly fun things to do, how to get connected and ways for parents to renew their spirit.
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I’m Melissa. Simple, loving and giving. Best friend to a good ole country boy, mom to two unique, happy and completely different children. A servants heart.
When I lay down my head at night, I dream of new ways to do things. I analyze if we are raising our children the way God intended.
In 2012, my Country Boy and I decided to head for the mountains. We wanted a simpler life, a close community and to raise our little ones up loving God and the outdoors. We looked at so many different places and chose to call the High Country home.
I make list, lots of list. List of things to do, list of how I want the kiddos to grow up, list of traditions I hope we always enjoy, list of things I love about my life, list of new ideas for businesses, list of ways to become involved and give back, grocery list, Christmas list. The list goes on and on.
I am not perfect. You will find typos but it is with God’s blessing and hand that Highcountrymom.com has come to exist. I hope it blesses you. Makes your life a bit easier.
Always remember, you are great parents. Your children are amazing. I received a word of advice on parenting one day. I was sitting in church, listening to the preacher, making a list in my head of all the ways I needed to improve as a mom. It was then I heard the preacher say – “Moms and dads, do not beat yourself up. Kids do not come with instruction manuals. There was only one perfect parent and look how Adam and Eve turned out.” You can also find me on personalbreakthru.com and breakthruconsulting.net.