Parenting

10 Things To Do With Your Children At Home

Whether you homeschool or have your children in public school, the Coronavirus is disrupting life. Public school children are suddenly home with nothing to do (unless they were sent home with online schoolwork). Homeschool children might suddenly have a parent working from home and be required to be quiet so they can work. Here is […] Read more…

Toddlers Have Feelings Too!

“She gets away with way more stuff than we were ever allowed to when we were little!” My oldest uttered those words to me in frustration after our 4 year old was quietly running back and forth between Sean and I during a family prayer, as she couldn’t decide which parent she wanted to stand […] Read more…

Why We Haven’t Joined Disney Plus

I guess I’ll just come out with it. We are not going to jump onto the Disney Plus bandwagon.  Now before I explain why, please know that I say all of this with much love, and this is strictly my own opinion. It’s not gospel truth; it’s what our family has chosen. *Disclaimer – Amazon affiliate […] Read more…

How We Teach Character To Our Children Each Month

Teaching character each month to our children in our family time or homeschool time is a crucial part of our parenting. When we get lax, burn out, or feel like we can just float through life as parent and child together, it does not go well. Purposeful parenting is a must. Not giving in, giving […] Read more…

Character Badges Printable Version Is Here!

I have some absolutely amazing news for you today! If you are a parent who feels stuck in a parenting rut, you long for more consistency in your home and you are incredibly tired of just saying “no” to your child all day long…. We have just the thing for you!  By popular request, the […] Read more…

I’m Telling You For The Last Time!

Have you ever used the words, “I’m telling you for the last time?”; otherwise known as “This is your last chance!”, “Don’t make me tell you again!” and “I’m counting to 10!” You know, that famous stop gap string of words that seems to thrive in the domain of parent-child relationships? Ok, so maybe you […] Read more…

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