I get hundreds of emails and messages from women who are struggling with depression and feeling hopeless. I wish I could have each of you over for an iced tea with Sonic ice and some real fellowship.
This is a whole new level of parenting. People say toddlers and teenagers are hard….we never had big struggles with those ages. But adults, that is a topic that needs some attention!
It’s Friday and that means a new YouTube video! Y’all will love this one that’s made to encourage the tired, worn out mom!
Sometimes you just want a tip that gives you a physical way to tell when you need to make a correction. I mean, talking about consistency and love is great but…..not always so easy to grab a hold of.
I know I shouldn’t complain because having a pool is a blessing. I think I spend as much time in the summer floating around in the water as the kids do having splash battles and diving for toys.
All 9 of our children have struggled with lying at one point or another. It is difficult to break once it has become a habit. I want to share with you some of the things we do to help them break the habit.
In the past week I have had three phone calls with desperate moms who need help in handling a teen who keeps crying out about the injustice of having their privacy invaded. I thought I’d share a few of my thoughts about this with you all too.
As tax season rolls along I get lonely. And sad. It’s true….9 kids and a home business, but sometimes I feel lonely for my husband and I want him to stop working and give me some attention.
Many moms talk to me about how their kids fight and don’t get along. People will tell them that’s just the way it is and they should accept it.
I’ll be pausing the sibling series for March and instead I will be talking about homeschooling. It’s that time of year when we are figuring out what to do for next year PLUS it really is great for siblings to spend that kind of time together.