Are you having a bad MOM day? You are tired (of course) and those adorable cherubs that keep saying, “Mom, mom, mom!” all day don’t seem to be listening to instruction very well today.
Actually they aren’t listening at all. They are disobeying. They are hitting each other. They are taking turns crying, yelling, and fussing.
And that is just the first 5 minutes of your day. Repeat and multiply that scenario and . . .
Continue reading “Biblical Encouragement For When You’re Having a Bad Mom Day”
Parenthood is so important for raising up a group of Christian children, your children, who are able to be leaders for the next generation.
We discussed leadership in church today when we were studying about the life of Joseph. Joseph had decided to make God’s concerns more important that his own concerns. His determination to do right even under very tempting and trying circumstances allowed him to be used of God in amazing ways later in his life.
Continue reading “Raising Children: 5 Helps for Parents”
Here are some eating rules that worked for us.
“Dinner is a time to relax, recharge, laugh, tell stories and catch up on the day’s ups and downs, while developing a sense of who we are as a family.” Dr. Anne K. Fishel is a co-founder of The Family Dinner Project and a clinical psychologist, teacher, blogger, and family therapist.
But what happens when dinner is just a frustrating fight? Or a battle of wills? What are some eating and food rules that can help you? Continue reading “Do you make your kids eat all their food? Eating rules that worked for us.”