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Testing the Playing Field My daughter is on her second season playing soccer. I know many children who have learned great discipline and life lessons on the field. The first year, we learned soccer wasn’t for us! This soccer season...
This post has been sponsored by Lakehill Preparatory School. All opinions are 100% our own! Tis the season! No, not for twinkle lights and Santa photos, but to make some serious decisions on your child's future education. No pressure, right?!...
I have tried many things to encourage my picky eater to try new foods. We stick with positive reinforcement with our children. This was at the direction of their pediatrician. I do not want to make eating feel like...
The ability to give myself an anxiety attack over what should be minor life decisions is a true art.  I wish I could say that it started when I became a mom. However, it goes all the way back...
Very soon my youngest and last child will reach another milestone. I’ve tried to hang on to each minute of all the cute, photo-worthy moments knowing they will be the final ones. This milestone will be much different than the...
**This post has been sponsored by Primrose Schools to bring you this experience.  All opinions are 100% our own!** The first time I heard the director of our son's Primrose school say, "We believe who children become is as important...
My husband and I consciously made the decision to live in an area that had great public schools because we knew that these communities come with so much more than a higher quality of education. So much more. Sure, we...
When's the last time you wrote something down on a piece of paper for another person to read? Not a shopping list or reminder to yourself, but something substantial where you had to make sure your writing was legible?...
My darling twins turned one last month. The discovery of these two came as an absolute {delightful} shock to us at our first doctor’s appointment; twins were nowhere on our radar. Their presence turned our family of four into...
One December, I found myself frantically planning for the running of my home and family while I would be recovering from an upcoming surgery. Grocery shopping, getting the kids to and from school, Christmas shopping. Heck, I even planned...
**This post has been sponsored by Trinity Christian Academy. All opinions are 100% our own!** Let's talk about after-school activities. For parents who work full-time, the logistics of what to do with kids after school can be stressful. And what...
**This post has been sponsored by Shelton School. All opinions are 100% our own!** If your child has a learning difference and you want something beyond what public schools can offer, Shelton School is where you need to start. Learning differences...

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I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear. -Martin Luther King, Jr. Whenever I read a quote from Martin...