Have you, or has someone you love, ever experienced a miscarriage? In a poignant, beautiful essay, author Laura Fanucci reflects on the seasons of grief that she experienced after her own loss and extends her heart to any woman who has lost a child.
This book of “12 Essential Skills to be Confident and Classy in a Crazy World,” inspired this highschooler to look at life with a new lens. Enjoy this review from her perspective as a mother-in training.
Nearly half a million mothers have loved this beautiful post by Katie Wetherbee about the JOY that awaits us in motherhood. Do not miss this podcast. We guarantee it will bring more joy to your life as a mom.
Like any gift, this body of mine deserves to be cherished and nurtured. Rather than belittle it with negative talk and unhealthy living, I ought to do my best to keep it strong, and then use it as the instrument for good that it’s meant to be.
I love my son’s morning routine chart because it holds me accountable for the things that are important to me as a mother—the things that would probably get lost in the midst of the urgent “to-dos” and daily craziness of motherhood, if they weren’t included in our simple chart.
It is high time that we, as mothers, stop chasing those crazy weight-loss promises and start listening to the voices that are dedicated to helping us take care of ourselves. (Here are two podcast episodes just for you!)
In this episode, Saren and real food expert, Stephanie Langford, talk about what “real food” is, why it’s so important, and share concrete and totally doable tips for integrating more healthly foods into our family’s diet – without spending a lot of time or money.
Today’s unique confluence of circumstances—a tough economy, increasingly competitive college market, expanding networks and shifts in technology— has created a culture much different than the one we grew up in. How do we help our children create their own success—instead of depending on a strong economy to carry them?
This humorous and validating post describes the “unseen work” of mothers: chauffeuring our kids, studying our kids, teaching our kids, planning traditions for our kids, and managing all of the paperwork that comes along the way!
The fact is that there are more things to do in life than time to do them. If we’re feeling overwhelmed, it could be because we’re trying to fit WAY too much on our plate. The strategies outlined in this audio post can help fix that!
We have spent less time on our phones and trying to chase the “shiny pennies” in life and have spent more time holding hands, reading to our kids, building train tracks with our toddlers, taking family walks, baking treats for neighbors and speaking words of love, encouragement and kindness. This book has changed us.
Prepare your children for the tricks of potential abusers and abductors with these three strategies: teach, ask questions, and practice.