I’m so excited to share this new FREE printable with you – just in time for your spring planning!
Spring is in the Air…
With Valentine’s Day behind us, we’re all turning our thoughts to the new season. To warmer weather and outdoor dining. To baseball games and beautiful flowers.
Here in Texas, we’ve already said goodbye to winter. I’m not sure we even had a real winter this year, with only a handful of days dipping below 40 degrees. I’m not complaining, but there are lot of adorable coats hanging in my closet that never saw the light of day this season.
Whether you have weeks left of winter or you’re already putting away your sweaters and leggings, it’s sure fun to start thinking of all the exciting things you want to do this spring, isn’t it?
There’s something about spring that makes us feel hopeful and rejuvenated. Like God is reminding us every year about how He is making all things new.
The new buds on the trees speak of new life after months of barrenness.
Every Easter we celebrate how Jesus overcame death on the cross because of His great love for us.
Spring reminds us of God’s eternal promise, revealing itself year after year.
No matter how bleak things seem or how dark your days, spring will always come again. Our God is one who always saves, always loves, always restores and renews.
Make Unforgettable Family Memories with this One-of-a-Kind Spring Bucket List
As I started thinking about spring this year, I also thought about how quickly my kids are growing up. They have a way of doing that don’t they? My baby just turned two last week, and my oldest is nearly seven. Seven! While I don’t want to slow them down, I do want to enjoy my time with them.
Isn’t that what we all want?
To make the most of our precious time with our little (or not so little) ones?
So I started thinking up all the lovely spring-ish activities we could do this year. The joyful, life-filled, simple ways to truly enjoy this new season. The things we might forget to do if we don’t make an intentional plan.
Nothing too expensive or complicated. Just good old-fashioned family fun.
And because I love pretty things, I had to turn it into a cute printable to stick on my fridge. A few hours designing and ta-dah! I came up with the Spring is in Bloom Bucket List for 2017! I had so much fun, I’m already thinking of bucket lists for the other seasons.
Of course, because I love you guys, I want to share it with you too! No cost, no obligation. Just a sweet free printable Bucket List for you and your family.
As you can see, I even included a favorite Bible verse to remind you of God’s enduring promise to make all things new – in your life and in mine.
How to Use Your Spring Bucket List
You could laminate your bucket list and keep it for years to come. Just check off the activities one by one as you complete them with a dry erase marker. There are roughly 4 activities per month (March-April-May).
Or you can print it at 80% (or so) and add it to your planner. You might want to play around with the printing percentage to get the size just right.
I’m thinking of framing ours and hanging it in the kitchen so my boys can see it and help me remember to actually do all these awesome activities. I’m so excited to get started!
Okay, enough talking about it, let’s get to it. Just click below to download your copy. If you enjoy it, I’d love for you to pin it to your Pinterest boards. Or share it on Facebook or Twitter. Wherever your peeps are online. I’m just so happy with how this turned out…I want to share this with as many people as possible!
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Happy Spring everyone! I hope yours is full of color, life, and hope!