Sometimes unexpected challenges lead to rest even in the midst of a Stepping on Cheerios life. This past Sunday after teaching Sunday school, our family headed to my nephews ballgame. My daughter thought it would be an awesome idea to bring the family dog to the ballpark and while I first I ... Read More about Stepping on Cheerios, Legos and Dirty Clothes (Book Review Included)
During the last week of school, I was invited to read with a group of Kindergartners. One of the books my son and I chose was (affiliate links included) I'm Going to Give You a Bear Hug by Caroline B. Cooney. The children laughed at all the different hugs included in the story - especially the Horse ... Read More about Making Summer Reading Meaningful for You and Your Child (Children’s Book Giveaway)
Today, I'm guest posting on a tween parenting blog party about tackling worry and anxiety and wanted to share it with you. You can read this post highlighting ways to attack anxiety mentally, physically, spiritually, and with the help of others. Follow this link for the entire ... Read More about Worries or Anxiety: How to Tell the Difference and What to Do About It.
1. God and I love you no matter what. #UnconditionalLove 2. You may feel lonely at times but please remember you are never alone. The enemy will lie to you and try to discourage you. #EmbraceTruth #RejectLies 3. There is nothing you are going to encounter in life that God, you and I can't ... Read More about 13 Parent Phrases Every Child Needs to Hear
Local friends, it's been discovered in Collin County some kids are talking about this. People involved with youth be on the lookout for the words. This is no longer an active app but the term is something kids might pick up on and use in a pact. Unfortunately in the social media world, it doesn't ... Read More about Blue Whale Challenge