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How to Pick the Right School
Picking a school for your child can be a daunting task - especially when there are so many choices. Knowing your values and goals around education will help.
Ideas for Burnt Out Moms
The mommy blahs can strike at any time. When you are down on motherhood, here are some suggestions to help you get back on track.
Jack Strong Takes a Stand - Book Review
Parents - read this book before you succumb to your children’s school year schedules. Your children will enjoy reading it too, and I foresee great discussions around the dinner table after reading this one...
Keeping Your Child in Mind - A Book Review
In her book, Keeping Your Child in Mind, Claudia M. Gold, MD shares her thoughts on resolving behavioral issues by viewing the world through your child's eyes.
Leaving Children Home Alone
There is never a good answer to the question "at what age can I leave my child home alone?". Here are some thoughts to help you decide when your child is ready and to make sure he or she is properly prepared.
Lessons From Infants
Pay to attention to your infant. She has valuable spiritual lessons for you.
Life Coaching Contemplations for Moms
Make room for soul-searching contemplation, and you will reap the rewards in all areas of your life.
Life With a One-Year Old
Life with a one-year old is time consuming, energy draining, busy, busy, busy, but - oh so fun!
Living On Three Spoons - A Book Review
This is a book review on the memoir by Susan A. Torres - Living On Three Spoons. It is a story of a childhood and adulthood that is both shocking and inspiring.
Low Cost Date Ideas
Focusing on the relationship with your spouse is as important as caring for your children.
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