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Laugh Therapy For Families

There is hardly a day that goes by that I don't find myself laughing, belly-laugh type laughing, with my children.  Just the other day Porter and I were driving dow... more

It's Time to Talk

Technology can be a beautiful thing. It's great to be able to catch up with people I've lost contact with. I love being able to video chat with someone who lives in another country for free.... more

Public Shaming — Is It Creative or Just Wrong?

In recent months, there have been many news stories, YouTube videos and social media posts that show parents getting creative with their discipline techniques to get through to their children.  Everyone wants... more

The Family Is Like A Book

Our family memorizes a poem and a scripture each week. Every day after we have our family scripture time, we say the poem and the scripture three times each. After a week, we usually have them memorized.... more

Are Your Children Slaves to the Media? 

Parenting Lessons From A Ten Year Old "Oh Mom, that is so sad!" said ten-year-old Porter when he got in the car after our fun family night activity. "What is so sad Porter?" I inquired.... more

Traditions Are Not Taboo

There was a time, not too long ago, when if something was described as “traditional” it was given special attention and even honored socially. Now days many people use the word in a negative way.... more

Fun And Easy Christmas Craft For Kids

When I was a little girl I remeber making Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy Christmas ornaments for our red, white and blue tree.  I also remember taking a yucky bite out of one of them too.... more