It's only the mom who can teach their children the value of money. Making them read books which is based on importance and concept of money can be an effective step taken for the children to learn the value of money. There are few books which teaches what the money is and how it is to be respected.Continue
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In second grade we were all encouraged to create a secret code word so that if our parents ever sent an intermediary to pick us up from school, we would know it was safe to leave with that individual. (I can't remember if my word was kitten or Strawberry Shortcake.)…
I decided that I wanted to think back over the past 4 years and come up with 27 things that I have learned about being a mom.
Some are silly, some are serious, and some just aren't right!
Why 27 you ask? Well, simply because today is my birthday and I am 27 years old! Makes total sense right?!?
Added by Rebecca Moree on July 19, 2013 at 8:55am — No Comments
It was one of those days that you start off wishing you could just stay in bed and sleep and skip the next couple of days because you KNOW they will be hellish. My car blew up the night before. The coolant emptied and I drove it while it was overheated. So it didn’t technically blow up like an…Continue
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I always loved summer time as a kid, it meant spending time at the pool and hanging out with my friends on the weekends. While I was growing up, my mom would often invest in a small wading pool for us so that we could swim in the backyard. A wading pool is a small pool that is usually a few feet deep and can fill it up with water so that you can swim…Continue
Added by Christy Garrett on June 13, 2013 at 5:15pm — No Comments
Starting when Hana was a toddler, I’ve raised her to be very polite and respectful. Hana always uses please and thank you, excuses herself from the table, and asks before taking. Her teachers constantly rave about how obedient and helpful she is in school. I beam when people tell me how well behaved she is and how amazing her manners are. There had been no…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on June 5, 2013 at 11:14am — No Comments
It doesn't feel like it’s been almost 4 years since I was divorced, but I do feel like I've come a long way. Working on remodeling my interior during my transition was outrageously more difficult than Eva 2.0—The Exterior.…Continue
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If you’ve read The Liberal Catholic: Part I, you’ll know that I’m on a search for a new religion. I began my search the same place as I do any other search: Google, of course. I did several searches pertaining to liberal religions and came…Continue
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The previous night Rascal had time to make a few bracelets and left a huge mess of beads behind. I decided to move him to the mantel so that the my baby or the puppy wouldn’t get ahold of him. Again, I placed him up on the mantel so that he can watch the kids. We have less than a week left with Rascal and I am already getting sad. He has been a great addition to our family and created a new tradition for my children.
Rascal was excited to go tell Santa Claus that he was able to…Continue
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Terrific Tuesday - it is terrific to know solving hunger problems can help you solve life problems.
Today is is World Food day! That means it is a day set aside in order to make people aware of food challenges faced by people around the world. Oxfam has created a GROW campaign to help people who actually care about hunger issues do something to help. The lesson I learned from the Oxfam Grow campaign is that the lessons we learn about food and stopping…
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Sensational Saturday - it is sensational to learn life lessons from the movies, here is what I learned from "Spy Games."
Each Sensational Saturday throughout the month of September I will be sharing lessons I learned from my favorite movies. By sharing my favorite movies, I will be sharing with you a little about me and the way I think. Perhaps you can spend this time exploring…
Added by Janeane Davis on September 22, 2012 at 9:23am — No Comments
Sensational Saturday - it is sensational to learn life lessons from the movies, here is what I learned from "The Five Heartbeats."
Each Sensational Saturday throughout the month of September I will be sharing lessons I learned from my favorite movies. By sharing my favorite movies, I will be sharing with you a little about me and the way I think. Perhaps you can spend this time exploring yourself and how you think.
My favorite movies of all…
Added by Janeane Davis on September 1, 2012 at 8:57am — No Comments
As a single mom of two, there were a lot of things about life and motherhood that I learned the hard way. There are many moments I'd love to be able to go back and redo, and there are times when I look back at moments that…Continue
Because my life’s passion is centered on the fundamentals of the overall well-being of children I see everything through the perspective of a mother, grandmother and parenting coach.…Continue
Added by denny hagel on February 13, 2012 at 9:21am — No Comments
As a parent, I have three jobs. My jobs are to love my children, keep them safe, and to teach them about life. I take my jobs very seriously. So when Hunter walks away from me in a parking lot, I grab her arm and jerk her back to my side. If my yelling makes her cry, maybe she can understand my…Continue
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