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What does “home” mean to you? Beauty and peace and harmony – that’s home (in a good moment like this one).
Tired of battles over how much time your children have spent in front of a screen each day? Watch as Mary Jenkins and her son Nathaniel explain a simple chart they use to track how much screen time Nathaniel has had each day.
Do you ever worry about the influence friends will have in your children’s lives? Rachel Sullivan shares cheap and inspiring ideas on how to keep the family tight and the fun alive with Family Fun Night!
Facebook0 Twitter0 Pinterest0 Evernote Print2 Email24total sharesEDITOR’S NOTE: We are trying to keep our posts at The Power of Moms quite short (we know you’re busy!), but because we feel that this guest post from Sarah at Clover Lane offers great perspectives about raising teens, we decided to publish a longer version than is typical of what you’ll […]
Sometimes I get so caught up in the busyness of doing “good things” that I forget to focus on what’s most important. These seven questions can help any mom to identify and live according to what she wants most out of life–PDF download included!
Watch as Aubrey Degn uses some creativity and a lot of fun while teaching her children to empty the dishwasher and put away their toys.
Families can form some of the best trip memories from small traditions. Keep in mind it’s just not the fun you’ll have at your destination, but the fantastic memories you can make before you even get there! Read on for some great ideas for fun on the road.
If you’ve ever taken personality tests, you may have noticed there are varying degrees of accuracy. To be honest, I don’t usually give much credence to personality tests. However, my daughter and I were fascinated when this one hit the nail on the head.
There’s this crazy phenomenon going on right now. Good, devoted mothers get on Pinterest . . . .and blogs . . .. and Facebook . . . .and Twitter . . . and they’re convinced they’re not enough. Here’s what I’ve discovered.
Watch as Mary Jenkins and her little son Nathaniel explain the simple behavior chart that lays out the rules and sets out the consequences for their family.