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Check out the simple system one mom devised to help make their mornings go more smoothly.
Saren shares what her family gained through the wild and wonderful adventure of spending a month visiting 12 National Parks. The principles offered apply to all families whether they’d like to do a big trip or simply spend a little more time outside together as a family.
How do you connect with and show affection for a child who isn’t into hugs and kisses? Some children really don’t enjoy physical affection so how to you build a bond with them?
In this week’s episode, Saren interviews her sister Saydi about the simple, kid-friendly Christ-centered Easter activities she has developed.. Gathering ideas from many sources, Saydi has created a plan for how families can celebrate Christ’s miracles, teachings, Atonement, death and resurrection in tangible and beautiful ways.
Easter can be simple, cheap, and oh-so-meaningful. Here are Saren’s favorite ideas for easy, Christ-focused Easter traditions.
There are nine minutes in the day that can have the most impact on a child. Author Amy Makechnie has a sure way to make the most of them.
In this week’s episode, Saren, her mom, Linda Eyre, and sisters, Shawni and Saydi, talk about how hard it can be to involve our kids in basic housework and brainstorm concrete ideas for how to get kids to participate in housework in a positive and effective way.
What skills do you think your children need to have by the time they leave your home? How can you teach them these skills effectively? Join this weeks conversation to share your ideas and learn from others.
Where does a charmed marriage come from? Is it luck? Natural talent? A zeal for romance? Here’s what you need to know and to do to create the kind of relationship everyone dreams of – a “legacy love” or an “artisan” marriage.
Recently we received this question from a mom in our community: “How do I stop the whining when I ask my kids to do things? We have some children that just dig in their heels and won’t do anything unless threatened with punishment.” What advice do you have for her?