One of the very worst times in my home is “The Golden Hour.” This is the time right before my husband gets home from work. No matter how well things have gone during the day, it all falls apart in this blessed hour. I finally discovered how to make the change.
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This month, Megan Stewart and Mary Croxford teamed up to discuss Kindness and Friendliness. As a special bonus, they are giving away a Helping Hands chart from Brite Music! Giveaway details are below!
When I think about Mother’s Day I also think of all the amazing women who have a mother’s heart but have never had the opportunity to raise their own children. Every mother and woman needs to know that what they do matters and that is the reason for this month’s challenge.
Mary Croxford used the Golden Rule, a new cleaning rule, and baked goods to teach her children unselfishness and sensitivity. Her results? She says they have been super!
What a wonderful way to spend a spring afternoon this month: giving someone a hand to spruce up their yard and in the meantime building strong and lasting friendships with those around you.
So you think you can change the world? Here’s how an inspiring young boy is going to Kenya to build a school with Free the Children. He’s not a child prodigy; he’s just a kid who wants others to have an education.
We decided that there were many areas we could work on to bring more respect into our home. We all brainstormed a list of different ways and voted on three behaviors that we would especially focus on this month. ALL of our children really got into this activity. It was really heartwarming!
Do I think one person can help change the world? Yes! I’ve been looking for (and finally found) some simple ways I can help shape the next generation, right in my own home.
With kids, Valentine’s Day can be a bit hectic–getting everyone to sign their cards and attach the goodies. It seems to be a bit overwhelming. However, this exhausting process made me think about what this month should really be about-love.
Show our military and veterans that we appreciate them and the sacrifices they give to keep us free. Whether you support what they are doing or not, keep in mind these brave men and women leave their families at home and make the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
You’re probably asking yourselves what in the world we are doing…well, glad you asked.
The pink ribbon lapel pin has become a powerful symbol to increase awareness about breast cancer, and it’s easy to make for yourself and your friends. Follow these directions to make your own pink ribbon lapel pin; no sewing required!