8 Ways to Thrive as a Stay-At-Home Mom

Being a stay-at-home mom may be one of the hardest jobs out there – but society doesn’t see it that way. Here’s how to thrive as a stay-at-home mom in 2020.

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7 Ways to Make Your Children Feel Loved Every Day

A child’s biggest need is to feel loved. With all of the chaos going on in the world it is more important than ever to make your children feel loved.

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5 Easy Ways to Spend Quality Time With Your Child

Quality time with your child is one of the best gifts a parent can give to a child. Getting to know them for who they are and embracing them for their unique qualities is priceless. You don’t have to spend money to have quality time with your child. Instead, focus on building the relationship and getting to know one another.

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5 Daily Strategies to Help Your Child Stop Procrastinating

If you notice your child procrastinating simple tasks, now is the best time to pinpoint the problem. Here’s how to help your child stop procrastinating – no matter how old they are.

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10 Daily Habits of a Happy Stay-at-Home Mom

A happy mom is first a happy woman. The better you take care of yourself, the more you can care for them! Here are 10 habits of a happy stay-at-home mom.

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5 Life Hacks for Moms to Increase Daily Productivity

Do you find yourself wishing there were more hours in the day? Use these 5 Tips to take back your time and increase your daily productivity.

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5 Toys That Will Keep Your Baby Busy While You Work

From the moment your baby is born, he or she immediately demands your attention. By the time they are 6 months old, their little brains…

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Our #1 Must-Read Bible Story Book for Kids

I love a good bible story, but when it comes to reading the bible with my kids, it’s hard to keep them interested for longer…

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How I Lost 30 Pounds After Pregnancy While Breastfeeding

**I am not a doctor. The following blog post should not substitute for or replace the advice of your doctor. There is a lot of…

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48 Practical and Age-Appropriate Chores for Kids

My older kids (ages 5 and 7) have to earn their “screen time”. Time spent watching TV and using their tablets are only allowed after homework…

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