I remember the first time I heard that inflammatory statement. I was a teenager attending a class with this title simply so I could prove the teacher wrong! Who did this guy think he was?! Teenagers know exactly what love is! Or at least we thought we did.
I really enjoyed that Dating Divas’ new book. It felt like I was with a group of my best girlfriends, sitting down to chat and sharing only the very best and most uplifting marital advice.
I wasn’t expecting this. If David and I had given birth to a child bearing our genes, there’s a good chance he or she would have been quiet, introverted, and prone to melancholy like us. Instead, we ended up with a giggling, bouncing, outgoing, joyful three-year-old.
With both wit and raw emotion, Nia Vardalos, writer and star of My Big Fat Greek Wedding, opens up about her 10-year struggle with infertility and her journey to becoming a mother via adoption.
“The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once.” So says Albert Einstein, but daily life as a mother of small children sure seems to contradict this. It feels exactly like all the events in the universe are happening right in your living room...
Tiffany Sowby's son's favorite goat died over the winter. Here, she shares what she's learned about helping children cope with the death of a pet.
Are you having one of those days when you're running on empty? Lisa-Jo Baker has a post for you!
We all know there are moments when it takes a great deal of intention to express love to our children. So when one of our editors saw Alissa's list of 100 Ways to be Kind to your Child, we knew we wanted to share it with our community.
Yelling at our children can seem like an impossible habit to break. But Rachel Stafford, of Hands Free Mama, did it. If you're looking for inspiration and encouragement to change, you'll want to check out her post.
Motherhood is a challenge. We have difficult moments, even difficult days; but now the sunset is a constant reminder to me that I’ve made it one more day and that He is there helping me out.
In one of our most poignant spotlights yet, Mary Jo Hartle--who is blind, as is her husband--describes the joys and trials of raising her daughter. We loved everything Mary Jo had to say, so we invite you to set aside some time to read this extended spotlight.
As mothers, sometimes it seems like we blink and our children have grown and changed right before our eyes. Kortni Miller reminds us to savor each of our children’s moments in her article “Growing Pains,” as she draws attention to the seemingly small things we can savor in everyday life as mothers.