Don’t forget to stop and make a memory I know, I know. You’re busy. Lesson plans Setting up your schoolroom or getting your kids ready to go to school. Spring cleaning, Organizing, all the projects you never get to during the school year. Perhaps even a short family vacation Time Is there ever enough Seems like adding one more thing will break you Making a
Be sure to read to the end for a great resource: The Ultimate Parent Guide for Protecting Your Child on the Internet We have used Net Nanny for years – even before it was known as Net Nanny and was Conflict Watch. I’ve had several opportunities to contact them and always found their tech support to be adequate, but just recently I found myself in
Help Raising Godly Girls and Godly Boys I wanted to make this as easy as possible for you who have missed these posts. Here is a list of all the ones that have been published so far. They are clickable links that take you right to the article. Heather Creekmore of Compared to Who – Raising Godly Girls: How to Help Her With Body Image + Giveaway! Ashley
Getting The Help You Need Do you have girls or boys, or both, you will find something helpful from the 60+ mothers who are raising them. This isn’t fluff – telling you things that will make you feel good. We wrote about the difficult things. You can read all the articles by clicking on the graphic. Be sure to enter the drawings for the prizes
I can only imagine. It was rough when our children were 14. Now it’s even more difficult. We didn’t deal with social media, cell phones, and all the electronics available to them now. Trying to Raise a Godly Girl? We have help for you. For the entire month of June, there will be a new post each day at Like Minded Musings on raising Godly Girls.
Summer’s Here And You Deserve A Treat… The Super Spectacular Summer Sale Is Back! For the past few years we’ve put together A Super Spectacular Summer Sale here at the Homemaker’s Hutch and this year is no different. Summer is a lot of fun, but it can also be a bit of a challenge with the kids out of school, travel plans, family outings, and
Being a mother is a very difficult job! It calls for many hours of thankless labor, often during the middle of the night when no one sees or cares. There is the work of training and disciplining in addition to countless diapers to change and meals to make. Words of encouragement can make a world of difference for them. I’ve been at this business of