Wait! Don’t throw out your Christmas cards. Check out this great, step-by-step post for making a super simple craft to turn those Christmas cards into a sweet Valentine’s Day banner. Then you can decorate your home for Valentine’s Day with photos of dear family and friends.
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Now that it’s cooler, the idea of snuggling up and watching a movie sounds like a great way to spend an evening. But finding good, family-friendly Halloween movies can be a real challenge. Thankfully, our friend Jennifer Brimhall over at Raise the Good has made a list for us.
Are you looking for a treasure trove of amazing resources for teaching your children values, character, and history? The website “Raise the Good” offers ready-to-use resources for moms who want to educate their children’s hearts.
Two incredible mothers, Jennifer Brimhall and Jessee Stewart, have created a website that you must know about it. It’s called Raise the Good has a goal to help mothers educate the hearts of their children.
Rachel Nielson, a board member with Power of Moms, recently recorded a podcast with the Marvelous Moms Club about her amazing mother, who battled breast cancer for thirteen years.
Wish your little ones helped out more around the house? Linda Fogg-Phillips of Tiny Habits® Academy may have the answer you’ve been looking for. Studies show that children develop lifelong habits breathtakingly early, and this article shares great ideas for how to get your toddlers on board.
Somewhere along the line, adoption has become associated with the myth of ‘love at first sight.’ I surely cannot say that no one feels this, but I can say that not everyone does, and not everyone has to. Because the truth is, love is a thing that grows.
It’s 7:00 a.m. Your hair is a mess; your house is a mess. Your breath is bad–but your attitude is even worse. Is there any way to turn this morning around? Crystal Paine of the website Money Saving Mom has ten suggestions for small but very effective things that a mom can do if she wakes up feeling like a grouch.
If someone you love is struggling and you need to encourage them quickly–powerfully–what do you say? If you could choose only five words to deliver in that moment of need, what would they be? Christy Wright, a speaker, business coach, writer, and mother, has the answer.
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.
If you are like most moms, you probably know what it’s like to have hurtful words screamed at you by an angry child. In her blog post “How to Respond to Your Child’s Hurtful Words,” blogger Nina Garcia gives nine strategies for responding with respect, love, and confidence.
In this POM Pick, blogger Sarah McKenna reflects on the love that can be found at all stages of mother-daughter relationships, even if some phases such as the teenage years are full of conflict and heartache.
Do you ever find yourself in the midst of a survial-mode week or month of parenting? Have you developed any concrete strategies for getting through those crazy times? Blogger Jamie Walton has been there, and she compiled seven of her best tips for “rocking” survival-mode parenting.