Looking for a way to calm your mind, tame your task list, and truly enjoy your family?
Creating a marriage that leaves you feeling twitterpated at the end of each day doesn't happen automatically--especially when you have children, but here are seven ideas that have helped me to savor the opportunity I have to live with my Prince Charming!
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There's a post going viral called "I Look Down on Young Women with Husbands and Kids and I'm Not Sorry." It's obviously stirred up quite a frenzied discussion. Here's a respectful response from Power of Moms.
In our family, we often perceive ourselves as the “Have Nots.” Everybody has more than we do. There is always something more we need to buy, and it is an embarrassment to even admit that we are lacking in the areas where “everyone else” has an abundance. Well, this compare snare we’ve gotten ourselves into...
Have you heard of the book "Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons"? Here are a few photos and ideas explaining why this book deserves a prominent place on every family's bookshelf.
The other day, my three-year-old, Spencer, asked if we could get out the Playdoh. In my mind, I was screaming, "NO! It will end up all over the kitchen. As I was about to verbalize these feelings, however, I thought a little deeper.
I grew up thinking that the mandatory requirement of New Year’s Day was to create a long list of resolutions. So I did. And I still do. (Because it’s a habit…and because it’s fun.) But what I’ve come to learn over the past few years is that there’s an amazingly powerful process that helps me...
Whether you're enjoying the beautiful moments of the holidays or wading deep in the "hard," we invite you to let the power and hope of this season reach all the way to your heart--and help you to see how much your influence matters.
What have you realized isn't as important as it seemed to be at first? We come into motherhood with ideals about how things are going to go - then we realize that some of those ideals just aren't realistic or aren't all that important. April and Saren discuss what they've "let go" of -...
Desperately looking for a few quiet moments to think? Is there spit up all over your last clean shirt? If we want to strengthen the next generation of mothers (and ourselves), the details of our challenges can't be forgotten. Here are some ideas to help.