Category : training

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  “More is caught than taught.” You’ve probably heard that line before, but I experienced this first-hand A LOT as my children were growing up and I can’t express to you how true this statement is. Here’s just one example: My kids and I attended CBS (Community Bible Study) for many years (p.s. I highly …
  Hi Friend! After a long “sabbatical” from blogging, I am back. It wasn’t a planned break, but financial difficulties made it necessary for me to take a full-time job. So after years of being a homeschooling, full-time mom, I entered a season of being a working, full-time mom (‘ya feel me on that?) Even …
This is an excerpt from a talk I did in January of 2011 about raising godly kids instead of good kids.  I thought someone out there could use this today: What makes m&ms® different from other small, round, shell-covered candies, like Skittles® or Reese’s Pieces®? It’s what’s on the inside that sets them apart, right? …
My daughter is a ballet dancer and a few weeks ago she was sent an article entitled, “15 Truths About Being a Professional Dancer.” The article was great and insightful and had broader applications than just in the ballet world. It really got me thinking about the truths that every mom should know. I’m sure …
Ask any mom and we can quickly identify a behavior that we would like to see improved in our children. For some moms, it’s just simply that we find a particular behavior annoying or challenging to deal with. Most of the time; however, we identify bad behavior and try to change it because we desperately …
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