Independent vs. Familial Culture- Could Living In The U.S. Be Hurting Your Family?

Could Living In The U.S. Be Hurting Your Family

It is no surprise the United States of America prides itself in being an independent nation with independent thinkers and independent actions. But could this way of thinking be hurting the family? When children reach 18 years of age, we “send them off” to college in expectancy that they will finish maturing and so they…

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#ILoveMyKids Parenting Series- The Proactive Parent and How to Become One

Hello fellow Moms and Dads!  Parenting has the potential for the greatest delight and greatest fears… When you first held your newborn baby, even though they didn’t recognize you, you felt a connection that tied your souls together. In the moment of my children’s birth, I personally knew I was not only knit with them,…

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Live Life with Flavor Challenge Day 7 – Children and Natural Consequences

Today is Day 7 of the Live Life with Flavor Challenge and Timely parenting Tuesday! Last Monday was Labor Day. So, the family decided to celebrate the holiday with a bang at the beach, with friends and family! As you know, summer in sunny South Florida can get very HOT, and at times the heat…

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Live Life with Flavor Challenge Day 5 – Embrace Family in Business

Hello Ladies! Today is Day 5 of the Live Life with Flavor Challenge and it’s Fabulous Business Friday! I often get asked how I am able to balance being a wife, a mother of six children and a business woman…  We, as women, are constantly being told that a mother can’t be a successful business…

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A Mom’s Review of Everybody’s Fine (Robert De Niro and Drew Barrymore)

After watching Everybody’s Fine, starring Robert De Niro and Drew Barrymore, I recorded this video on Facebook. If you have children, you should definitely watch this movie. This film made me ponder the reality of parents who LOVE their children, parents who work hard to give them the very best education… Yet, they still fall…

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How to Handle Sibling Rivalry

Learning how to handle sibling rivalry is one of the most difficult tasks of parenting. In an effort to provide you with practical tips, I “borrowed” this post from my great friend Renee Ellison. She is the author of  Homeschool How To’s Domestic CD. Her post is regarding sibling rivalry. I know you’ll learn a…

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Serve without Depleting Yourself

I recently found this great post that inspired me. So, I asked the author (Louix Dor Dempriey) if I could post it here for you to learn too. It served as a great reminder that I need to be rested and replenished before I help others. I’ve highlighted the parts I like the most. Here it…

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How to Choose Quality Audio for Children

I often hear from parents how “choosing quality audio books for children is so hard with all selections available today.” But, I know finding quality audios for children is not as hard as it seems when you have the right guidelines and know where to look. One of my sons is an auditory learner, hence it encouraged me to…

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