How to Raise Tough and Tender Boys
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Facing Trials with Kids :: 8 Scenarios in Which We Can Strengthen Our Bond
I want to capitalize on these moments of HARD by showing them my most nurturing side. I want us to face difficulty as a team! Cheesy sounds good to me, if it means my child's bucket is filled up by me RIGHT when it is the most empty.
The Back-to-School Adjustment
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Whether it is on a national or local level, we constantly look to point out Asian influences. We get into movies, books, shows, music, and theaters that involve Asian people.
Finding Hope After Infertility
The problem will be resolved, whether it's through getting pregnant, adoption, or acceptance. Realizing there is resolution is critical for those around a woman with infertility to understand.
A Day in the Life :: Easter in My Home
We go to church as a little family, embracing the excitement all around us for the joyous holiday. Easter has always been both a holy and social day in my life, and I love giving that to my kiddos as well.