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How motherhood can lead to blindness

When I first laid eyes on my newborn son, I didn’t know that motherhood would impair my vision.  On that day when I drank deep the sight of him, all wet and wiggly and wonderful, I had no idea that I’d  be prone to blindness. When I lost myself in his baby blues, my labor-weary body ravished by awe,  I couldn’t have…

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“Mom, there’s nothing to do”

Sound familiar!  How can this be?  There are so many things to do as kids, the sky is the limit!  I remember always being busy as a kid, whether it was playing inside or out!  And no, video games and TV does not count 🙂 Yesterday was one of those perfect summer days…sunny, gentle breeze, and 80!  A day that you make…

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Godly goals and daily action for your family

Life is lived in 24-hr blocks. Whether it’s saying grace before dinner or praying with your spouse, keep it simple. Commit to one thing, then reinforce success one day, one week, one month at a time. Prevent “self-sabotage” by: Focusing on short-term, achievable goals Finding a combination of disciplines tailored to your…

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Is there marriage after kids?

An op-ed piece in the New York Times entitled “Till Children Do Us Part,” seems to suggest that being a parent can be hazardous to marriage. “Over the past two decades many researchers have concluded that 3’s a crowd when it comes to marital satisfaction. More than 25 separate studies have established that marital quality…

Parenting styles: There’s one for everybody

Recently, we had some friends over for dinner. They came with their clan that mixed with our clan and a glorious time was had by all…until one of the boys decided to send a chair down the stairs with our little angel on it.  She survived without being battered or bruised, and his parents took him to task for his carelessness. As I…

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"Yikes! My child was rude!!”

The chances are great that every parent reading this blog has, on occasion, been embarrassed by the rude behavior of their child. From time to time, your children will interact with adults who are not in their lives on a regular basis, especially during holidays and vacations.  Now is a good time for a little proactive training and…

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The benefit of saying ‘no’

Do you ever wish you could leave your frantic lifestyle behind, for a more soulful way of living? It starts by learning how to say the word ‘no.’

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