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Three Ways to Encourage Your Challenging Child

  If you have a challenging child in your family, then you know they’re not always easy to connect with. Building and maintaining a close bond with kids who seem difficult to get along with can be, well . . . challenging. As hard as it can be on some days, though, connecting with the little (or not so little) […]

How To Eliminate Rudeness In Your Home

Have you noticed that our society is experiencing an epidemic of rudeness? I’m not sure if the problem has gotten worse lately or I’ve just become more sensitive to it, but I’m on a campaign to eliminate rudeness . . . at least in my own home! Will you join me? Rude behavior is all around us. We’re exposed […]

Biblical Wisdom for Kids: A Review of Lads & Ladies of Wisdom

Do you ever tell your kids to stop being so foolish? Plead with them to use common sense? Wish they’d make better decisions? What they really need is WISDOM! Do you want to help your kids respond well in any situation? Become respected and successful? Help them develop biblical wisdom. Wisdom is not common. No one is born with it. […]

April Holidays, Birthdays & Fun Days 2015

March flew by way too fast! Here’s a quick list of April holidays and special days for 2015. Major  Holidays 3 – Good Friday, we’ll be making King Arthur Flour’s Easy Hot Cross Buns to share with neighbors 5 – Easter Sunday, I’m putting together a Jesus Themed Easter basket for the kids this year Miscellaneous History, Trivia and Recognition 11 – National Submarine […]

Inspire Creativity: 50+ Simple Lego Challenges

LEGOS. There are days when I love them. There are days when they make me crazy! Some days I’m amazed with the amount of time my boys (and girls, too) can spend constructing and creating. Other days I’m amazed at how quickly legos become a source of contention among everyone. My kids have a bazillion generic lego pieces. They also […]