We seem to live in a world that rewards the outgoing, extroverted kids who make friends easily, demonstrate leadership and seem confident.
We’d like to offer a few more helpful ideas for peaceful mealtimes, especially for older eaters.
Food is mentioned more than 1,200 times in sacred Scripture.
It’s our job to give our kids what they need, not what they want.
Our children are created with a beautiful array of gifts, talents and personality traits.
Binders, gym shoes and lined paper are common school items, but in the past year, for many, those essentials were replaced with iPads, laptops, Zoom and Google Classroom.
A few more tips for maintaining consistent, loving parenting.
5 tips for maintaining consistent, loving parenting even when giving in seems easier.
Sharing time, talents and love positively impacts us and our grandchildren.
I remember a heated conflict with my brother when we were in middle school.
One of our goals as parents is to raise strong, independent, free-thinking adults.
Notice and mention the positive things happening around us.
When I was a little girl, a new school year came with some guarantees: a new dress, new shoes, new pencils and some excited sleepless nights.