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Six Inspirational Quotes

Raising children can be draining. Besides praying scripture and reading books, I so appreciate quotes about parenting (and life in general) from wiser people, because they give me a quick battery recharge during my mundane tasks of running a family. I thought I would share a few of my favorite words of wisdom: 1. Good Kids “Don’t let yourself become so concerned with raising a good kid that you forget you already have one.” — Glennon Melton-Doyle, Momastery 2. Grounded…

Raising Culturally Aware Kids

According to research your child can see skin color and hair textures as early as 6 months old. By two, your child is putting words to what he recognizes and between 4 to 6 years old, he is assimilating likenesses. Anything that is unfamiliar or unlike him is yucky or funny looking. 7 to 10 year olds are beginning to refine their understanding of how we are different and alike all at the same time.  I included these statistics to…

Celebrating Advent

Would you like your children to be a little more giving and a lot less focused on getting? Why not start a tradition of celebrating Advent. Advent is about the expectant coming of our Savior and the Joy of celebrating the Hope he  brings to the world. Check out this video and try a few of the suggestions below for a change to the customary christmas celebrations. Display an Advent wreath with 3 purple and 1 pink candle. Progressively light…

Thanks Giving

It’s Thanks giving. When we say these words we usually put them together and it becomes synonymous with “I have eaten too much”.  I hope that it also means family gatherings where you’re intentionally giving to others, and making lasting memories and family traditions. And I hope it means laughter- tons of laughter!!!     This is my favorite time of the year.  I love getting together with my siblings and extended family (from both sides of our family).  I’m smiling now as I type,…