The only thing more annoying than eating with a family that has rude children is being the family with the rude children. Learn a fun and easy game we can teach our children to reinforce good manners. This is one you do not want to miss!
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It never fails: somewhere between the sugar and the butter, I begin to question my choice. It’s been yet another crazy day and was roping my small children into making cookies really the best way to combat the mess?
Do you ever worry about the influence friends will have in your children’s lives? Rachel Sullivan shares cheap and inspiring ideas on how to keep the family tight and the fun alive with Family Fun Night!
When silly doesn’t come naturally, finding fun can be a challenge. Author Mary Jenkins shares the joy of turning a simple idea into a lasting family memory.
The end of summer is always bittersweet for me. While I am certainly ready to settle back into a tighter schedule that includes a few afternoons a week to myself, I’m also feeling a little bummed out that our summer is coming to an end.
Do you ever feel like it’s impossible to fit a workout into your mothering schedule? Does the task of loading up the kids for a trip to the gym fill daunting? Seth Bigelow, a husband and father, shares some workouts that work for the whole family!
I wanted to be the farm-mother I envisioned—up early, making a hearty breakfast, children doing all of their chores cheerfully, all before 5:00 A.M. Laying down the railroad tracks of habit was harder than I anticipated. But, it’s made a huge difference in our lives!
Sometimes you’ve got to have a little imagination to get you through the trenches of motherhood. And, if we remember to let some imagination in every once in a while, motherhood is just more fun!
Want a good balance of structure and fun this summer? This post is for you!
Life really is short and we shouldn’t need to be reminded that it’s meant to be enjoyed. Just ask my sister.
You’re probably asking yourselves what in the world we are doing…well, glad you asked.
It was Columbus Day and I had somehow let this important holiday slip my mind. My kids were appalled that I didn’t have any plans on how we were going to celebrate this day. So, I quickly threw out: “Let’s go exploring like Columbus!”