The media may love a good fight… but moms do NOT! Is it even possible to keep our kids from fighting? Maybe not 100% of the time, but there are lots of ways to drastically reduce the fighting in our homes. Here are three moms’ ideas for calling a cease-fire on the fights.
While it doesn’t always feel funny at the time, motherhood can be filled with lots of humorous moments!
Extended family comes with their own set of joys and challenges. How can deliberate mothers connect their family with extended relatives in positive ways?
Our thoughts are powerful. What we think has the ability to influence what we say and what we do. Here are three mom’s insights on how what we think can make all the difference in our life.
Summer Vacation may be staring back at us like a big blank block of days. But with a little planning and a lot of balance, it can be a wonderful time to learn, play, and connect with our families.
How do we end up with so much stuff? It can be a challenge to manage all of the things that purposefully (and not so purposefully) end up within our homes. Here are posts that three moms wrote about their experiences with all the “stuff!”
We know the value of building our children up and encouraging them to foster good friendships- but do we make the same effort for ourselves?
The memories make all the work worth it! Don’t miss these posts while planning your next family adventure.
There is no question that technology is now a huge part of most of our lives. How this technology intersects with our mothering is worth thinking about, to be certain that we are being deliberate in using it. Here are three moms perspectives on how technology has impacted them and their families, and what they are choosing to do about it.
Gathering the family together at the table and feeding them can bring a whole host of challenges, but also a whole lot of opportunities to learn and connect. Three authors share some of what they’ve learned in getting dinner and family to the table.
We only have so much time. How we use that time can help us or increase our chaos. Three mothers share how being very deliberate with their time has helped them and their families.
Motherhood is important and we want to do it well. But sometimes this good desire creates “mommy guilt” when we feel our efforts don’t add up. These articles share three perspectives on how that guilt creeps in and how to kick it out.