Monthly Archives: July 2013

This is how we start our day (a poem for little ones)

When Shaan was around 2 years old, I start reciting a poem to help him with potty training – “This is how we start our day, the first thing that we do is pray The next thing is we go

Posted in Prayer, Scripture Memory

A Christian Perspective on Attachment Parenting

A friend of mine texted me a really interesting article titled, “Attachment Parenting: A Christian Perspective.” While I do believe God gives us grace in our parenting styles and that there is not “one size fits all” to Christian parenting

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Freedom Isn’t Free: Independence Day Devotion & Activities for Children

I found a website that has a great devotion for children of any age (easily adaptable to be age-appropriate to any child) about Independence Day. The Scripture used is Hebrews 9:15 – “For this reason Christ is the mediator of

Posted in Holiday

“Walter the Baker” and the origin of the pretzel

I learned something today…something from a children’s book by Eric Carle called “Walter the Baker.” “Walter the Baker” is a fictional story about a baker who created a pretzel for a Duke and Duchess. At the end of the book,

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Free Sermons on Parenting

I just ran across some free sermons on parenting that I think are really helpful. Sometimes it’s nice to listen as opposed to read for a change. They’re great to listen to while you work out, in the car, etc.

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