Time spent intentionally reconnecting with your spouse each evening provides value and strength to your relationship. Here’s how.
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My son has Down syndrome. And although that will never define him, I will always use it as a means to try to educate and better society.
There are definite reasons why the #thirdchild hashtag exists. Parenting the first child and third child are so very different.
My child asked me about refugees. I looked to the library for help sharing with her what it means to be a refugee, and here are the best resources I found.
Preparing three square meals per day is one of my least favorite things about being a mom. If you dislike meal planning and cooking too, here are some tips.
A calling is more than mere responsibility. A calling engages mind, body, and spirit on behalf of and for the betterment of someone else.
I want my girls to be brave and strong. I want them to push past stereotypes and show people they can do anything. I teach them this through family sports.
When I listened to Hamilton, I was invigorated with the thought that I can do so much better. And that I will do so much better.
I have always loved birthdays. The coolest part about mine is I share it with my big brother. We are three years apart, but born on the exact same day. When we were younger, I loved it, and I’m pretty sure he hated it. We had joint birthday parties until it was unbearable for him to share […]
The master bedroom is supposed to be a place of rejuvenation and connection, but my guess is you have an exercise bike with clothes hanging off of it.