I have selected some of my favorite blog posts on sex, parenting, motherhood, Christian humor, friendship and more written by the following……..
Tag: faith blogger
Thanksgiving Memories: Traditions and Thoughts
Thanksgiving is one of those holidays that doesn’t need to be overwhelming. It is a day to reflect on the goodness of the Lord and be thankful for all that has happened so far that year and anticipate what you expect God to do for the rest of the year. It’s a day to chill, enjoy good food and good company.
In Honor of 9/11
Powerful message by Alicia with a 9/11 testimony that will leave you speechless. Be blessed!
Reblog: 3 Ways to Protect Your Family From Social Pressures
Enjoy this inspirational message by Heather Danielle. Go ahead and read if you love Joshua 24:15 But if serving the Lord seems […]
To Those Fathers
Happy Father’s day to the grandfathers, biological fathers, adoptive fathers, step-fathers, single fathers, foster-fathers, and spiritual fathers giving fatherhood their […]
This Little Piggy
These days I can be found jamming to nursery rhymes. The little one enjoys watching me jump and twirl while […]
Hey Diddle Diddle
Hey Diddle Diddle is one of my favorite Nursery Rhymes. Perhaps, I am drawn to it’s simple and illogical content. […]
Please fill in the blanks below using one of options provided for each blank space. Newborn babies are perfectly (i) […]
A Walking Testimony
From one step to five steps and finally countless steps, we have been cheering the little one along like the […]
Reblog- I Dare to Write: How to be a Good Mother-in-law
Last month, I came across this amazing article by a fellow blogger, Tammy @ Grandma Mary Martha. My fundamental thought […]
Two Lessons From Observing My Little Human Learn to Walk
My Daughter’s Walking Adventure I imagine that like myself, most parents cannot wait for the moment their baby learns or […]
Reblog:The Season of ‘No’
Wonderful spiritual lesson by another Christian momma raising a toddler. My little one is only 9-month-old but I am already […]
From Blurry to Clearly: Infant Vision Development
Four days ago, DH brought my attention to the fact that our little one’s vision has changed over time. He […]
Reblog: Don’t Lie To Me!
If you spent two hours after dinner bouncing and shush-shush-shushing a fussy swaddled bundle because the books said it would calm him and please Lord you just need the noise to stop—somebody else shushed, too.
Training My 10-Month-Old Infant
Some may argue that my attempts are futile as she cannot understand what I am saying. However does that stop parents from talking to their babies? Isn’t it from our talk, describing the world around them and constantly telling them who daddy and mummy is that our baby’s first words come from those s/he hears the most. We are already training our babies in so many areas: eating, using a car seat, table manners, talking, walking, biting is bad and so on.
The Joy and Pain of Sleep Training
I don’t know what to call the sleep training method my husband and I have been using since the beginning […]
Prayer Challenge: Day 5
Wow! It’s the third month of the year already and the last day of the 5 days of prayer for […]
Prayer Challenge: Day 4
Today’s message is titled “fight for your family”. You can listen to the entire message here and watch a short […]
Pray Challenge: Day 3
Day 3 of the reading plan reminds us our children are gifts from God and that’s one reason for us […]
Prayer Challenge: Day 2
Hi everyone. Thanks for Uhmm taking time to listen to this voice note and following this blog. I am very […]
Prayer Challenge: 5 Days of Prayer for my Children
I started this reading plan today and thought it would be better to challenge other parents to join me. Yes, […]
A Quick Fix or a Worth the Wait Blessing?
Most times the story of Esau and Jacob is often told to emphasize the deceptive nature of Jacob. There is […]
Reading Plan Recommendation: 5 Days to Freedom from Angry Parenting
From sibling rivalry to teenage defiance, one chapter at a time they offer both practical and Biblical insights based on the teaching of Scripture. Join Amber and Wendy and leave your angry reactions behind, fostering a more gentle and loving home.
Black History Celebration: Beauty in Our Differences
I, without thinking grabbed a dark brown crayon and started coloring the girl’s skin. Without skipping a beat, the little boy asked me why I would use that ugly brown color because my real skin was so nice and white. I didn’t know if I wanted to cry or hug him more in that moment.
Here’s Why Little Children Stay in the Toilet With Their Moms and What I Learned From It
I think a lot of moms have been in my shoes. Let’s be honest. There was a time you had to or there will be a time you will have to take your child to the bathroom while you do number 2…except you are Hollywood type of rich or have a 24/7 nanny, family assistance, and husband services.
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