Category: Raising Children

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The Support of a Mom

By Guest Blogger Elizabeth Levstek When I was younger, I always thought that the idea of having your mom as your best friend would be impossible. Now that I am a Senior...

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So You Want to Make a Comment?

By Laura Simon In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we thought Laura’s post was so fitting to run today as we reflect on, celebrate, and encourage differences...

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Long Days of Winter

By Heather Miller With the holidays now behind us we are now faced with the challenge of winter. That wonderful time of year where it is dark before 6pm and cold all day...

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The Worst Parenting Advice I’ve Ever Heard

By Guest Blogger Stacy Leighton with Forsyth Family magazine For parents, raising fine young people is the goal—you could say it is the “destination.” Sometimes we...

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5 Ways to Make New Year’s Resolutions as a Family

By Guest Blogger Whitney Barnard, Digital Marketing Coordinator with The Sunshine House There are many ways to approach the New Year. For many of us, it means to assess...

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It’s OK To Say It’s Hard

By Laura Simon Last Friday was a doozy of a day. My oldest two kids, who are home schooled, were uncharacteristically resistant to anything that resembled learning....

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New Mom Live & Learns

By Katie Moosbrugger *With a new year ahead of us, I thought this post would be a great reminder for parents looking to start something new or try something different....

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EAT Little Man, EAT!

By Guest Blogger Kristen Bagwell When I was in college, I had a boyfriend whose mother would literally chase us around with food from the time we arrived at her house...

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Raising Resilient Children

By Guest Bloggers Devon Davis and Bekah Sidden Counselors Devon Davis and Bekah Sidden teamed up a few years ago to present “Raising Resilient Children: Helping Our...

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Yep! My Kids Believe in Santa!

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon The kids and I were out and about on Saturday, returning some (almost) overdue books to the library, and we drove past Santa on the side of...