Biblical Womanhood: Being Mom

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There are many aspects of Biblical Womanhood, but one of the main ones I do and will focus on here is being a godly parent, a godly mother – being mom. Biblical parenthood is something I personally have had to work on and strive towards for all the years that I’ve been a parent (16, […]

Orphs of the Woodlands Review

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Do your kids wish school was “more fun”? The online educational game we’ve just been reviewing, Orphs of the Woodlands by Star Toaster, might be just what they need! Geared towards 4th through 7th graders, Orphs is a book that the students read and then do educationally based jobs in all subject areas in a […]

Sharing Your Childhood: Raggedy Ann and Andy

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What was your bedroom theme as a child? Do you remember having a specific color or scheme to your bedroom or spaces as you grew up? For the most part, I don’t remember a theme, but there are pictures of my first birthday and some cherished toys that led me to decide on a theme […]

Sharing Your Childhood: A Love Shared

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What do you love? Do your kids love it, too? How many common interests do you share with your kids? Get them to like the same things you like, by sharing more of what you like. We’re some sci-fi nerds in my home; we love Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and the infamous Dr. […]

Sharing Your Childhood: Silly Phrases

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52 Ways to Share Your Childhood with Your Kids

Looking for ways to love on your children? What about sharing your childhood with them? One way I try to share my childhood with my kids is by letting them in on all the cool (dorky) phrases we used to use as kids. What did you and your friends used to say all the time? […]