Lenise Olivier
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The "Identity Declaration" from Beth Moore's Simulcast in Ft. Wayne, Indiana on September 13,2014. This is from her Living Proof Blog .org. Memorize this and print it out!

The "Identity Declaration" from Beth Moore's Simulcast in Ft. Wayne, Indiana on September 13,2014. This is from her Living Proof Blog .org. Memorize this and print it out!

A prayer for focused quiet time--I'm printing this out for when my mind wanders and I'm get easily distracted

A prayer for focused quiet time--I'm printing this out for when my mind wanders and I'm get easily distracted

Baby Shower Bag Games | rhyme game for baby shower in pink color if you are having a girl baby ...

Baby Shower Bag Games | rhyme game for baby shower in pink color if you are having a girl baby ...

Growing a princess sash in pink with gold font. Font is Storybook. Super fast shipping. Order yours today for your princess themed baby shower and be the center of attention!

Growing a princess sash in pink with gold font. Font is Storybook. Super fast shipping. Order yours today for your princess themed baby shower and be the center of attention!

This is cute but I would use either Yes or No questions or questions with two answers so everyone can play. Even people who don't know the baby mama well.

This is cute but I would use either Yes or No questions or questions with two answers so everyone can play. Even people who don't know the baby mama well.

baby shower games: "Pin-the-Sperm"! Instead of buying the paper version, I drew/painted my own on a sheet of foamcore board, and hung it up with ribbons. Sperms were made using construction paper, pipe-cleaners and googly eyes. We used thumb-tacks to pin them, and closest boy and girl sperms were winners! They each got a hand-crafted bathsalt as a prize to take home. This is a before and after shot, once everyone had a chance to pin their sperm on the egg!!

baby shower games: "Pin-the-Sperm"! Instead of buying the paper version, I drew/painted my own on a sheet of foamcore board, and hung it up with ribbons. Sperms were made using construction paper, pipe-cleaners and googly eyes. We used thumb-tacks to pin them, and closest boy and girl sperms were winners! They each got a hand-crafted bathsalt as a prize to take home. This is a before and after shot, once everyone had a chance to pin their sperm on the egg!!