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.
Baby led weaning is one of the most natural ways to introduce your baby to solid foods, and it also allows you to introduce healthy foods from the beginning. Not sure what baby led weaning means or what it involves?
Lucky for you, we have Rebekah Thompson here of Surviving Toddlerhood to tell us all about it! Rebekah is a mom of 3 little guys, and she has some great tips and tricks for everything BLW!
Natural remedies are the best way to treat any problem within your body. This involves anything from the flu to allergies to staph infections, and yes, even trauma.
We have Naomi Quick from Living Out 127 here, sharing her best tips for healing trauma naturally in adopted children. She and her husband have six children, two of whom have been adopted from the foster system.