As we move into May, we are finally able to enjoy a little more predictability. Let’s help our kids (and ourselves) focus on the good things to come, and finish the school year strong!
You can prepare for crisis by planning ahead for what your family needs. Here are the top five things you can start today to be ready for anything!
Managing our expectations can help us to enjoy the holiday season and cherish fond memories with our families. Let’s allow relationships to grow stronger.
Slowing the influx of toys at Christmas is not impossible! Follow these four steps to create thoughtful wish lists with your kids this year.
Fight entitlement this holiday season with the Christmas Gratitude Plan. Help your kids to understand the value of gifts and expressing gratitude.
Keeping our children in a “safe” environment without addressing hard topics does not give them the biblical foundation they need to build on.
I've been a mother for nine years. Nine. They're supposed to move out when they're eighteen, right? So the way I figure, I'm about halfway done! But not really. We just got through the needy, whiny, do everything for me baby stages. Now we've entered the needy, whiny,...
Raising a true reader goes beyond deciphering words, it’s about the ability to comprehend and discuss literary themes. These two daily habits (plus ten literary themes) can help in raising a true reader.
How to Parent When You're Raised in a Dysfunctional Home by Lyneta Smith A parent raised in a dysfunctional home can have insecurities about their parenting abilities. We can find hope for healthy families. I still wonder if I could have been a better mother, even now...
Detouring for motherhood, the prospect of being a SAHM can be scary. Jen Babakhan encourages us that motherhood can be the best detour you’ll ever take. Click below to listen! Meet the Author! Jen has her degree in public relations, has worked as a marketing...