How is your teenager coping with emotions? How are you helping your teenager cope with these emotions? Dr. Mary Lamia takes an in-depth look common emotions that are encountered throughout life and combines research-based information with real life experiences to help parents and their teenagers gain powerful insight into a significant part of who they...
Miracles and Moments of Grace is a compilation of stories from women of all walks of life who all have something in common: they are all mothers. The author, Nancy Kennedy, has done a beautiful job at recording and collecting stories of hope, love, hardship, joy, worry, or as we could simply say, motherhood. ...
A new book from the author of Dad Rules. We're giving a copy away!
With Spring right around the corner, I knew I needed some ideas for how to have fun in the outdoors. This book is just what I needed to help incorporate the outside world into our day--it is easy to read, has lots of great ideas for every season, and perfect for families with children of...
My children all love books. I suspect some of that might be genetic—both my husband and I are avid readers—but I’ve worked hard to cultivate their love for literature. April asked me to share my insights; here are the five strategies I recommend.
For those of us currently surrounded by little ones, may I suggest Rachel Jankovic's "Loving the Little Years." Her honest, yet hopeful, Christian perspective on how mother's sacrifices are real and essential made me reflect on how I handle some of the day-to-day in my home.
I found this an utterly fascinating read despite the fact that I have breastfed my two children. It helped me to understand both sides of the “feeding frenzy” and feel more empathy towards all mothers.
Author and mother of five Catherine Arveseth reviews her favorite children's books from 2012.
Lecturing and moralizing (i.e. talking a lot) does not help our kids improve their behavior. A short statement of our beliefs and then silence can do all the teaching we need. We can even use just one word to help us get our point across.
If you're looking for ways to make your Christmas more Christ-centered, Aubrey Degn recommends Kirsten Holmberg's Advent with the Word as a wonderful way to spiritually prepare ourselves for the holidays.
The Power of Moms recently published our first book! Mary Jenkins was kind enough to send in this informative (and glowing!) review. Thanks, Mary!
As my children’s health care advocate, I really want to have a good relationship with our physicians and be able to communicate effectively with them. I felt like this book was a very helpful glimpse into the mind of physicians and provided me with practical skills to better partner with them.