Are you still sitting on a mound of new toys in the living room because the bed room or play room is already filled? It's time to start teaching a valuable lesson to your children, even young ones. Here's a guide to gently teaching your children to let go of stuff.
In the baby days it was learning how to breastfeed and figuring out how to soothe my baby. In the toddler years it was accepting the slow pace of walks while my child explored everything, or waiting (what felt like a million years) to get more than five straight hours of sleep in the night. With a preschooler came the never ending questions about dinosaurs, and the list goes on and on… and on.
For any mom who's ever thought another woman has it all together. Read this one. "If You Were in My House Today" from Time Out with Becky Kopitzke - Christian devotions, encouragement and parenting/marriage advice for moms and wives.
The first time I heard abou the concept of courting was on 19 Kids and Counting. Seriously. Now, there’s even a movie coming out about this “Old Fashioned” idea. Closer to home, I have the privilege of watching a courting relationship blossom before us with a women in our church and a young man from another state. I … … Continue reading →
We can get so busy correcting our sons, and dealing with the daily needs of boys, that we miss doing the things that really matter now, and that will make a big difference for them in the long run. Thats why weve come up with 10 Rules for Moms of Sons.