You know what’s weird? It’s weird that in the age of social media we know so much about people but yet we don't know people. We don't spend actual time with them. We know where they went on vacation and even get to look into their family scrapbook. We see what they made for dinner, … Continue reading Connecting the Generations: Make a Plan and Make it Happen
I know it, how did we get here... has this much time really passed? It doesn’t “feel” like I’m an older woman and I’m sure it doesn't feel like it to you, either. But here we are, part of that “older woman” demographic. In reality, you don’t even have to be THAT old to be … Continue reading Women Encouraging Women: A look At Titus 2
The girls who hang out at our house may have discovered the closed lid basket on the top of the toilet. Though it is unlabeled it has been left there with an unspoken invitation, ”If you need something, take it”. I remember being a teen. There were times at a friend’s house when “Auntie Flo” … Continue reading Honest Talk About Periods: Preparing Your Daughter For Her First Cycle
I’ve just gotten home from a second week of summer Bible clubs with my kids. There are so many verses that they learn during VBS and 5 Day Clubs during these events. I don’t want them to lose the progress they make in memorization and, as usual, I find myself needing a plan. The goal … Continue reading Memory Verses: Implement a Plan for Retention
Nine times we’ve done this potty training thing so to some, I would be considered a pro. Of course, I would have to say that all kids will eventually become potty trained so in reality, is accomplishing it really something all that unusual? Perhaps not unusual but as you start out it is the great … Continue reading Potty Training Uncovered: Tips from a mom of nine!
In our early days of homeschooling, we weren't just new to this type of educational model, we were relatively new to being a family altogether. We were young and still discovering our family personality. I was fascinated with the people I saw in the home-school community. I had never met so many large families in … Continue reading The Ideal Homeschool Family: How do you Measure up?
A friend recently asked me how I prepared myself for the time when my children started dating. She was not asking how I prepared THEM, but how I prepared myself. I guess I had never thought about it before but she is right, there is a difference. Well, kinda.... We knew that day would come, … Continue reading Dating on the horizon? Are YOU Ready for This Part of Parenting?