3 Ways to cultivate a heart for others

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  Does a heart for others come naturally for you? I confess, it does not for me.  Maybe it’s because I grew up an only child – or maybe I’m just selfish.  Staff writer, Sarah Damaska walks us through how to cultivate a heart for others in this enriching post.   The cookie left a residue on my fingers as …

rest isn’t about sleeping as much as it is about having peace

3 Tips to help strong-willed children rest better

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Do your strong-willed children rest well? (Do pigs fly?) “Please take a nap.” I whispered to my little girl, rubbing her back. She stubbornly crossed her arms while sitting up in bed. Stuffed animals lined the wall, and her brow was furrowed. The special mermaid blanket and purple pillow cocooned her. The sounds of waves from the sound machine played softly. …

Tired of stressful family dinners with kids? I hear you, mom. Here's how to actually enjoy dinnertime with your kids, with ideas for simple meals and family bonding. Including the Dinnertime Survival Guide with 6 strategies for family table bonding. These tips work! #dinnertime #mealtime #mealtimewithkids #familydinner

How to actually enjoy dinnertime with your kids

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Tired of stressful family dinners with kids? I hear you, mom. Here’s how to actually enjoy dinnertime with your kids, with ideas for simple meals and family bonding. Including the Dinnertime Survival Guide with 6 strategies for family table bonding. These tips work! #dinnertime #mealtime #mealtimewithkids #familydinner