There are simple sayings that kids of any age can learn to help guide them through life and create a happy home. As a Christian mom I love that most of these are from biblical principles, but are smaller than most bible verses and therefore easy for my kids to remember.
We've enjoyed some great (and not so great) children's devotional books over the years. Recently I had a friend reach out and ask me what are our favorite devotionals. It got me thinking that I really should make a list of what I consider the best children's devotional books - especially with Easter right around the corner.
Every parent wants the best for their kids, but what does the “best” actually mean? If you’ve read our guide entitled ‘Raising Compassionate Children in Today’s Crazy World’, then you’ll know…
Everyday Habits to Cultivate Leadership in Kids Did you know that kids can start developing leadership qualities as early as their preschool years? The sooner kids cultivate leadership skills the…
thing is, I have this ambitious goal of raising strong, independent daughters who stand up for themselves and advocate and yet their mother was constantly putting herself last.
Do you have a LEGO lover in your home? Then chances are you're already looking for unique LEGO gifts and LEGO stocking stuffers for this holiday season. This article has you covered!
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Give your kids a head start by teaching them self-motivation. While children have a natural sense of curiosity, intrinsic motivation is something that can fade away unless it's encouraged and developed. Learn how to help your children love learning and growing more than grades or privileges.
There are critical life skills every child should know that can make their lives a little easier and potentially more successful. These skills can be helpful in finding and retaining a good job, maintaining healthy relationships and ultimately living fulfilled.
If you’re facing two under two, don’t worry, it’s not impossible. I've been there and although it was really hard, it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. Let me share my best advice with you.