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Five in the Morning

Each of our families have different priorities and needs, but finding and planning a morning routine that can instill healthy habits as well as good character will not only be helpful to them, but will also help keep those early parenting years more structured and stress free....

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The Life of Mothering

Becoming a mother meant I birthed new life through this little being created by God, but that is only where it started. The life of mothering is just that: bringing life to our children. It doesn’t end when we bring our little bundles home from the hospital, but rather, life...

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Making Schedule Adjustments

There are times when a schedule really does need a full overhaul. In those cases, the best option is to grab that pen and paper and go through the steps necessary to truly re-evaluate your family's needs and commitments. Other times, though, an intentional small adjustment is all that is necessary...

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Kitchen Clean-Up

For years, I would arrive at the dinner table completely drained. Cooking a meal after a long day of caring for young children and then immediately sitting down without the energy to converse with my family completely dampened the evening. ...

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Scripture Memory Tips

No matter what stage of learning your children are working through, if you help your them develop a Scripture memory habit now, it will stick with them for the rest of their lives! God will use passages they commit to memory as children to teach and comfort them years later....

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