Category: Advice

5 Love Languages – Single Parenting

This post by Jean Matthew Hall is part of a ten-part series for parents on the Five Love Languages of Children. It is based primarily on the book The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell, M.D. (Northfield Publishing, 1997)…

5 Love Languages – Acts of Service

This post by Jean Matthew Hall is part of a ten-part series for parents on the Five Love Languages of Children. It is based primarily on the book The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell, M.D. (Northfield Publishing, 1997)…

5 Love Languages – Gifts

This post by Jean Matthew Hall is part of a ten-part series for parents on the Five Love Languages of Children. It is based primarily on the book The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell, M.D. (Northfield Publishing, 1997)…

5 Love Languages – Quality Time

This post by Jean Matthew Hall is part of a ten-part series for parents on the Five Love Languages of Children. It is based primarily on the book The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell, M.D. (Northfield Publishing, 1997)…

Food Allergies

Is your family plagued with food allergies? They often make life inconvenient, and at times, dangerous. I’ve made it my mission to use and develop special recipes that accommodate all or part of our allergies. I love experimenting in the kitchen. Pinterest is loaded…

5 Love Languages -Words of Affirmation

This post by Jean Matthew Hall is part of a ten-part series for parents on the Five Love Languages of Children. It is based primarily on the book The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell, M.D. (Northfield Publishing, 1997)…

5 Love Languages – Touch

This post by Jean Matthew Hall is part of a ten-part series for parents on the Five Love Languages of Children. It is based primarily on the book The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell, M.D. (Northfield Publishing, 1997)…

SANITY SAVERS FOR PARENTS & FAMILIES

Have a regular bedtime for the kids. Have a bedtime routine for the kids–include prayer. Plan meals ahead of time—even if 15 minutes before in your head. Keep breakfast quick and easy. Prepare before the kids are up. Play with your kids a little…

IRRITATION!

  Is there something about your son or daughter that drives you up the wall? Be honest! Some habit. Some response. Some tone. Some attitude. It simply pushes all your buttons. And they know it, so they do it especially when around you. You’ve…

Shaping Little Lives

“As the twig is bent, so is the tree inclined.” is a proverbial statement from centuries ago. Ephesians 6:4 (The Amplified Bible) “Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger [do not exasperate them to the point of resentment with demands that are trivial…

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