Lack of quality sleep, hour-long bedtime battles, and constant nighttime wake-ups were causing lots of strife and chaos in our home. When a friend recommended a special “good night” lotion, I knew I had to try it. Little did I know, it would be a gift from God, and it can help your child sleep through the night, too.Continue Reading
Memorizing Scripture should be an important part of every Christian’s life, starting from a very early age. When I was a little girl, I committed many, many verses to memory and loved every minute of it. Vacation Bible School, Church Camp and Sunday School all played a part in those, but memorizing Scripture at home, with my family, was probably the most influential.Continue Reading
As our babies grow into toddlers, their 24/7 need for our care and attention decreases. But their need for prayers never goes away. If anything, you need to pray over your toddler even more as they grow.Continue Reading
Your baby won’t sleep. She just cries and can’t settle down. Or he wakes up every hour to nurse.
You’re tired. You’re frustrated. And you just don’t understand.
But listen closely: God is still with you.
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!
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.
Being afraid for our kids comes naturally, but that doesn’t mean it’s right. Fear is not from God. Thankfully, God gives us promises in His Word to help us overcome the all-too-common “mom fear.”
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!