The “Tricky People” Concept is so helpful to our children’s understanding of how to relate to others in our culture today. I share this vital guest post by Jodie Norton (with her permission) because we want your children to be safe.
“It’s not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves that will make them successful human beings.” ~Ann Landers
Audiobooks are a fabulous way to keep both adults and kids entertained (and learning) during a long car trip.
Everyone loves a good story. The time just goes by so much more quickly when you are all caught up in the same story together, not to mention the great conversations. No more “How much longer till we’re there?”
Excellent guest post by Susan Platt of The Modern Mayflower Blog.
I’m Susan, imperfect wife, mother, and lover of Jesus!
I am a girl learning to love to do what must be done, and finding that grace is more beautiful each day!
Seriously? Can anyone put their finger on it?
When did our nation adopt this perfect boy-girl, 1.9 family dogma?
How does your family deal with the Santa issue?
(Thought-provoking guest post by Sara Wallace over at The Gospel-Centered Mom. Re-printed by express permission of Sara Wallace. Her words contain so much grace, maturity, and truth. Please understand that how you handle this topic is a family decision, and you are in no way being judged. Thank you.)
I believed in Santa.
My husband believed in Santa.
We turned out okay. We didn’t walk away from the Lord or resent our parents. Before we had kids we figured we would do the whole Santa thing. We wanted Christmas to be as special for them as it was for us. But then we actually had kids and we had a big problem.
Santa wasn’t going to work….