Inspiration in Child Rearing

Today I wanted to share about a priceless little gem that all moms of daughters should own. We used to share this book in our sidebar and then I realized that we never actually did a post on it. That means that people who were visiting through their phone would have missed it. And I loved […]

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We have shared a Booklist for Daughters in the past that many of you were blessed from and we wanted to let you know that recently our sister site shared a list for young girls ages 10-14 (and if a good reader even earlier than that).       You can find Wholesome Books for […]

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  Are you a fan of The Boxcar Children? It sure brings back the memories of yesteryear when you get a chance to read them and it great for listening together as a family or just for your children! We noticed that the audio collection was FREE today with (with free audible trial for 30 […]

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Have you resolved this year to spend more purposeful time with your daughter? I have three (two older and one teen) and I want to make sure I am still pouring into their lives. Time goes so fast and before you know it they are adults! When the girls were younger I would take them out […]

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He walks through the kitchen, earbuds in place with that glazed over, far away look in his eyes. You can hear the beat; in fact you can almost feel it for as loud as it’s playing. And you cringe. You recoil from yet another encounter in this battle that pits you firmly against a world […]

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Do you remember spending countless of hours watching Little House on the Prairie when you were little? I do, and what fun it would be to rehash some of those old memories with our daughters. One of the ways you can bring back the memories of the Pioneers days would be to cook some food […]

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Have you ever complained about one of your physical features in front of your daughter?  For instance, have you ever said, “My hair looks horrible”, “I’m fat”, “I’m getting wrinkles”, or maybe even, “I’m not pretty”?  If you are saying these things in front of your daughter, don’t be surprised when you hear her mimicking […]

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It was a few years ago that I read J. C. Ryle’s book, Duties of Parents.  In it, J. C. Ryle admonished parents to teach their children to pray.  Through my years of being a mother, I had always prayed with my children, and for my children.  But I had not really made it a […]

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