The last five months of pregnancy haven’t been easy. On top of dealing with nausea and food aversions and other lovely pregnancy symptoms, I also battle a lack of confidence.
A young couple told their precious little girls wonderful news...and they couldn't have gotten sweeter reactions! Watch, as these little girls become beyond excited about this special news.
School is almost out for the summer, so make sure a strong reading program is part of your child's summer!
Here is a huge list of FREE Summer Reading Programs; many that your children can take advantage of to earn FREE books, prizes, and cash!
"What Makes a Mom Real?" you ask. Good question . . . one that isn't easily answered. And yet, there is a way to remember the 8 key attributes of "real moms."
Do you dream about experiences you'd like to have with your family? Then grab a piece of paper...
God loves children and He uses them to teach the older and the aged the very life lessons we try so hard to teach the young. You'll be surprised and blessed to see how many ways God teaches us about faith through those little one's eyes.
When life starts to feel like drudgery, we must "number our days" so we can live wisely.
Every day, you have incredible opportunities to influence the next generation through your work as a mom. Find out how you can make the most of those opportunities by creating a loving and secure environment for your family at home.
Leaving his parents clueless to how this 2 year-old was getting in his sisters room at night, they set up a hidden camera...and they were surprised at what they saw! How cute!
This little flower girl makes an entrance that NO one will forget. :) It's hilarious!!!
Ask ten committed Christians their philosophy on dating, and you're likely to get ten different answers. Should they "kiss dating goodbye" or "give dating a chance?" One thing that all ten of those Christians likely would agree on: Our culture's model of dating is not a healthy model for Christians. Get some wise insight on what's the right thing for you and your teens.
“First comes love, then comes marriage. Then comes the baby in the baby carriage.” But after baby, what happens to love and marriage? If you’ve made that transition from married to married with kids, you know that reconnecting as a couple is difficult to maneuver.
Here are some tips to get you through the first weeks, months (and maybe years) of child-rearing.
What do you do when you're torn between cleaning the ever-dustier, ever-dirtier house you live in - and nurturing, teaching, and parenting those precious little sweeties? Is there a solution or middle ground between a clean house and successful parenting?
Being a new mom can feel so fulfilling....and lonely. What can you do when God gives you the gift of children, yet you feel so empty inside?
A new study shows that "supermoms" who believe they can juggle children, home, husband, career and volunteer work perfectly end up more stressed. Does that describe you?
The teen years bring plenty of changes for students, as well as new worries for parents. Smoking is at the top of that list for many parents.
But here are some concrete ways you can dramatically shrink the chances your child will try smoking.
A new study of the American family's "passion points" from Just Kids, Inc. reveals that most families (45 percent) agree schools and education are their top priority. Yet, parent involvement in their children's education is at an all-time low.
As a mom and an entrepreneur, taking a day off is not in my nature. But keeping holy the Sabbath day is actually a habit that helps me recharge and prepare for the week to come. Here are five simple strategies I use to make the most of my weekly day of rest.
Twins have a special bond that only they can understand...they can read each others thoughts and complete each others sentences. But these cute little guys take it to a whole new level with their synchronized snoozing!
For many families, homework is the number one source of conflict between parents and their kids.
These sweet identical twins share the same taste in music--watch them boogie
down when daddy plays the guitar!
We DARE you not to smile!
My baby is not my baby anymore. (In case you're wondering if time flies…yes, it does.) So I'm now working on letting go, something I have no desire to do whatsoever. Can you relate to that? Find some counsel on letting go.
How well do you know your daughter? Do you know for certain that she feels she can turn to you with the tough issues of life? Learn some practical ways to build a strong relationship between you and your daughter.
The ability to work hard, to tolerate frustration, and to take responsibility doesn’t just happen without a push from parents.
With the academic year starting up soon, many mothers face the fall with this same question. Here's some sound input to help you with your decision.
Money management is one skill that can be difficult for young adults to master as they head off on their own. But no matter what stage of life - whether they're entering college or the work force - every young adult should learn how to handle their money.
Cooking can be so much more than simply getting dinner on the table. When you cook with your kids, it can lead to better relationships with food and with each other. Getting kids involved in the kitchen gives them life skills they'll need, teaches them about new foods and healthy eating, and it can be a great way to have fun and bond together.
How does a parent regulate a teen's phone, iTouch, laptop, and TV usage, especially during weekends, vacations, and summer?
Do you feel you have to apologize for your decision to be a keeper of your home? Find encouragement and pride in doing what you do for your family...and our future!
I have always second-guessed myself as a mother, never considering myself to be good enough...
Do you feel that describes you?
Comedian Anita Renfroe does it again - this time with her hilariously hip salute to moms! Can you relate to this?