There is no worse feeling than being told that your child has a medical condition, one that could affect them for their…
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Trips to the beach are a very popular event in my household. Hence beach season starting on a sunny 65-degree, April day in New England. This tradition only makes sense considering it…Continue
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I had an interesting morning this week with my 2-year old, Presley. We follow a pretty regular morning schedule with afternoons being more off-the-cuff. Wednesday started like any other typical morning, wake up, have breakfast and head to the gym. Presley will spend an hour in the daycare with the other kids and I work out (well, what is now a very pathetic version of my workout, but we are still moving in some form or another. :). I love it. It’s a win win for both Presley and I. She…Continue
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Those of us who live in North America and Western Europe are truly blessed. We have so many things to help us get through the day that they practically get unnoticed, such as plumbing, hot water, showers and for most, at least two decent size meals a day.
As women we have laws that protect us just like our male counterparts and the liberty to shape our own destiny. We also have what most people in the world don’t have, hope.
This four letter word has been used so much in our…Continue
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Raising children is extremely hard! We moms (and dads) have our work cut out of us. Life with children is not easy, they get in trouble, they make messes, they’re dirty, but they also show us more love than any other person on the planet could. The truth is though, at certain times, we ALL can stand to be better parents. I have comprised a list of important things, I think we should remember to tell our children because we do get busy and even though they know we love them, we don’t always…Continue
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There is something strange going on at Washington Irving Elementary School. People are turning into
Ms. Clevis is one of the most popular teachers at Washington Irving. Until the morning she accidentally
puts the wrong ingredients into her breakfast smoothie. Suddenly she finds herself switching
back and forth between mean substitute teacher Ms. Hyde and a sweet sixth grade girl named Jackie.
Award winning children’s author …
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Satisfaction Through Christ is giving away a copy of One Wintry Night by Ruth Bell Graham! Come enter to win! Giveaway ends 12/14!Continue
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It’s a small word that requires great conviction. It’s a short word with a lifelong lasting impact. It’s a negative that achieves much positive. It’s the power of NO.
In today’s permissive society, it’s YES that’s the ruling force of the day. Parenting books and articles are replete with philosophies, expounding on the importance of understanding your child and showing him endless love. This is crucial, of course. Yet, when parents take these philosophies too far, the result can be a…Continue
Added by Sharon Green on November 28, 2012 at 5:20am — No Comments
The most precious gift you've ever received is… your child. Along with this priceless gift, you've also received your most all-encompassing task of raising your child.
Of course, establishing proper discipline is easier said than done. In fact, the most common question asked by parents is “HOW DO I GET MY KIDS TO LISTEN?!” However, there is no “one quick-fix solution,” because so many puzzle pieces must fall into place in order for a home’s harmony to resonate. Presuming that the…Continue
Added by Sharon Green on November 26, 2012 at 5:33am — No Comments
It's soccer season for many of our kids and this takes a lot of family commitment. Every weekend belongs partially to soccer and for some families there are weekday practices as well. During my many hours on the field, I've been noticing and appreciating the fathers who volunteer their time and effort by coaching the kids.…Continue
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We generally struggle to find activities that will occupy the kids during church services on Sunday. I lug a large tote bag filled with different items each week and pray that we can keep them entertained enough for me to actually listen during the meeting.…Continue
Added by Marcie Bunker on April 24, 2012 at 9:34am — No Comments
On Friday, I handed two cellophane bags to my kids and we took a walk. They each began collecting small items from nature. Jellybean was way less selective than Buddy. She also listened better to the instruction: "Don't dump your bag until I get a picture!" …
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I'm new to this blog and I'm so happy it exists!
I'm a mother of twins (boy/girl) and a daughter - all under the age of two! I'm so happy with them.
I'm also a working mom.
I started this website www.childrensmuseumworld.com where moms can rate children's museum activities. i also started a digital children's book series around the same theme - children and museums - dedicated to…Continue
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Jamie greets every morning with a smile, out of bed when the alarm sounds. With coffee in hand she takes the dog out for a walk, enjoying the birds chattering in the trees above. The sun is shining and Jamie is ready to tackle her ‘To Do’ list, prepared the night before. Then, reality strikes.
Picture the morning routine of Jamie with an elementary and middle school student, both boys, and throw in Attention Deficit…Continue
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