Category: Raising Children

Kids Say the Darndest Things: How to Open Up Dialogue

By Guest Blogger Lisa Doss *Thank you to Forsyth Family Magazine for letting us republish this post on TMoM today! Young children often appear as mesmerizing...

A Girl Would Be So Easy, They Said

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon When I was pregnant with both my boys, everyone from my first cousin to the stranger in the grocery store had something to say about life...

10 Ways to Dress Your Kid in the Morning

By Guest Blogger Ginny Olson, author of the blog www.MothersRest.com You know how it goes, “No shirt? No shoes? No service!” So we mommas gotta rally the troops and...

What Teachers Really Want You To Know

By Rachel Hoeing We hope your children are ready for a terrific 2017 – 2018 school year!  Whether your child is in preschool or high school, we have a helpful...

Boy Scouts of America: Making Positive and Lasting Impacts

By Guest Blogger Julie Powers “Scouting has changed our lives for the better!” -Sarah, mother of new Cub Scouts Boy Scouts of America (BSA) volunteer leader and...

When A Best Friend is a Bully

By Guest Blogger Katie Marsh with Forsyth Family magazine Thank you to Forsyth Family magazine for sharing this article with us. It’s an important topic to think...

Surviving the Terrible Twos

By Katie Moosbrugger In less than 24 hours, my then-two-year-old son managed to take a ball point pen to our leather couch, color with crayons all over our plasma TV and...

Keeping My Eyes On Where I Want to Go

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon My oldest son finally learned to ride a bike over the weekend. And when I say finally, I mean finally. It’s been four years since we...

Keep Your Kids Moving: It’s What Matters Most

By Guest Blogger Allison Chapple, MS/EdS, LPC, NCC Recently at my neighborhood pool, some moms and I were talking about the upcoming school year and the inevitable...

My Son is a Biter

By Guest Blogger Michelle Barson My sweet, little baby boy is a hazard to others and while it doesn’t faze him it’s something I am forced to wear like a scarlet...