Best-selling author Tricia Goyer shares about the year that changed her family. It wasn't easy and lots of lessons were learned along the way as this family of 12 went grumble-free for an entire year.
Parenting is tough. No doubt about it. There’s an old saying that says, “Seeing is believing.” While I understand the gist of what this saying means, I’m inclined to disagree…
Starting homeschool for your kids can be exciting and scary all rolled into one. But you're not alone in your great decision. We talked with 36 other homeschool moms to get their best advice for new homeschool moms.
Being a new homeschool mom can be downright scary and confusing. That's why we've interviewed 30 homeschool moms and put together this quick guide just for you.
There are simple sayings that kids of any age can learn to help guide them through life and create a happy home. As a Christian mom I love that most of these are from biblical principles, but are smaller than most bible verses and therefore easy for my kids to remember.
Our kids look to us in times of tragedy. So how can we best help them during this time of pandemic panic?
One of the biggest mistakes new parents make is they forget to nurture their relationship. I mean, something has to give, and it’s often your time for each other!
You'd think during a time of crisis in our world, I'd be glued to the tv. But I'm can't bring myself to do that -- and here's why.
I'm curious as we go through all of this together, (from a distance) what will the world look like when we are on the other side of it? How will we have changed, possibly for the better, from Coronavirus disrupting our lives?