What can one mom even do to make a difference? We moms need to know this. This is a short series about all the huge little things moms do. It’s not a contest, but let’s all tell about our memories of those little things that mean so much, that only moms know how to doContinue reading “What would your mother do? Make do!”
Tag Archives: patience
A Week of Answers – Counting Blessings
One tiny trick that can MAKE your day!
A Week of Answers – Why Am I So Tired?
Tired? Sick? Depressed? Worn out?
How can you know?
You should now realize a few changes you need to make.
Pink Toilet Paper Is for Boys.
Have you ever had trouble believing you will survive raising boys? Especially boys who use the bathroom?
Help is on the way! Ha!
Read this funny story about how I got my boys to cooperate with the rest of the sane world, when it comes to bathroom etiquette, and ramp up your boy-knowledge a notch or two. 😀
The Blessings of Habit—Requiring
Cross their wills!
The Blessings of Habit—Constant Reminding
To make them think . . . During the learning phase of acquiring new habits, reminding can be a good help for your children, or even yourself. Reminding goes beyond repetition. We reserve reminding for when we forget to think and should already know a fact or skill. Jesus did this from the cross whenContinue reading “The Blessings of Habit—Constant Reminding”
The Blessings of Habit— Constant Repeating
Practice makes perfect; you know it’s true. We should train our children in every habit of good, such as obedience, quietness, tidiness, and so on. We want to produces good adults. However, how on earth do we instill habits into children? The three-stage process begins with repetition. I can type a list of all theContinue reading “The Blessings of Habit— Constant Repeating”