Last time, we talked about the importance of naps. But at some point (which, as I mentioned, with our own children typically happens around four years of age), your child will pass the stage for daily naps. Occasional naps may still be needed, but this child has mastered her own attitudes and isn’t crying out…
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The Question Every Mom Needs To Ask Herself
How you answer this question affects everything. It’s a game-changer. It’ll make or break the way your day goes. But perhaps even more importantly, it’ll affect the way you THINK AND FEEL about how your day goes. ESSENTIALISM, FOR MOMS I’ve been listening to the book, Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, by Greg McKeown….
How Embracing “Good Enough” Can Help You Be a Better Mom
Wanna know what my kids have for lunch these days? It’s pretty much the same thing every day: homemade lunchables. Thin deli-sliced ham or turkey, and cheese, with Ritz. Sometimes I have fresh fruit on hand to go with it. Other times, it’s canned fruit, nuts, or packaged cookies. It’s not in cute Bento boxes. It doesn’t…
The Lie You’re Telling Yourself About Time
Pastor Matt Chandler says, “I would contend, no one has lied to you more than you have.” One of the biggest lies I think we tell ourselves, is, “I don’t have time for that.” We haul this whopper out whenever we hit something that we know would be beneficial but we aren’t actually doing it….