Are you trying to decide where to have your baby? Should you have your baby at home, a birth center, or the hospital? Are natural hospital births not as natural as home births? If you choose to or have to have a baby at the hospital, can you still have a beautiful experience?
When we talk about intimacy in a marriage, emotional and physical are the first two types that come to mind. They’re important, absolutely, but they’re not everything you need. Recreational intimacy isn’t given much publicity, but your marriage needs it!
Swaddling babies for the first few months of their life helps them to sleep better, but when it comes time to transition from a swaddle, it can be difficult for everyone. Having their arms and legs free can cause babies to have trouble going to sleep and staying asleep. Here are some tips to help your little one easily transition from a swaddle.
The Bible calls us to be hospitable (1 Peter 4:9, Romans 12:13), but when you have young kids, that seems impossible. You’re just trying to keep tiny humans alive. But what if I told you that being hospitable is as simple as just opening the door?
We all want to look beautiful in our dresses on Easter morning, but when you’ve got school Easter parties, community egg hunts, and family get togethers, you need some faith-based Easter tees to show the world what this holiday is REALLY about!
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Having a date night in is sometimes your only option as a parent, especially if you have very young children. You want your time together to be meaningful, so why not turn your date night in into a faith night in?
Breastfeeding is simple and natural, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy! In fact, many moms say it’s one of the most challenging parts of motherhood, but I’ve got a little trick that might make it just a little bit easier.