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One of my favorite times to chat with my kids has always been after school. As an at-home mom, I loved connecting with my kids as soon as they got home. Later as a working mom, I tried to call … Continue reading
Perspective. It is the way we see something. It’s the compass for our emotions. It’s the change we sometimes need to get our head and our heart in a better place. Perspective is something moms need every August as we … Continue reading
Pay for chores? Not pay for chores? Ah the debate. Over 30 years of parenting, we’ve been all over the map on this issue. We’ve done allowance, we’ve done no allowance. We have tied allowance to chores. We’ve separated allowance from … Continue reading
Do your kids enjoy using sparklers for the 4th of July? If you have little ones who are afraid of the sparks, use a paper cup to protect their hand!
Yes, they’re big enough to be on their own. Yet, they’re still home. You know your time having them home is limited. No matter whether they are working, home between college semesters, or just trying to figure out what to … Continue reading
Your teens and pre-teens seem independent at times, but they still need some ideas to stay busy through the summer! These frugal, fun activities will keep the brain cells growing, give an alternative to screens, and help change up the … Continue reading
We’re a month into summer and you’ve already heard some “I’m bored!” comments. We’ve got you covered! Here are some fresh ideas for frugal, fun activities to do with your gradeschooler! 1. Plant. If you don’t have a garden, get … Continue reading
It’s the lazy days of summer, but there’s nothing lazy about summer when you have a preschooler! Need some ideas to change up the routine? Here are 10 frugal, fun summer activities to do with your preschooler: 1) Egg Hunt. … Continue reading
Got a little one? Life with a baby is usually one of routine. However, you can change it up to benefit both you and your little one! Need some ideas? Here are 10 summer activities to do with your baby: … Continue reading
It was one year ago today that I finished six months of treatment for triple-negative breast cancer. Twelve months later, my hair has returned, my body is no longer swollen from steroids, I’m declared cancer-free, and I’m able to bring encouragement … Continue reading
It’s the first week of June and for many of us, the first week of summer break. Every mom needs some strategies in place to make the summer a positive experience for everyone. Today I offer you 10 sanity savers you can put … Continue reading
Today’s post is another wonderful excerpt from Dr. Kathy Koch’s newest Hearts at Home book, Screens and Teens. If you’re looking for a summer reading selection for you or you and your spouse, consider Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids … Continue reading