Blog Contributor, Family, Lifestyle, Wellness

How to Have a Vegetable with Every Lunch, Dinner, and Snack

Join Blog Contributor Sarah as she discusses how to have a vegetable with every lunch, dinner, and snack! In my post, How to Have a Vegetable with Every Breakfast, Sweet and Savory- I gave a lot of suggestions for sweet and savory breakfasts- that just happen to be well balanced and rounded. Items such as… Continue reading How to Have a Vegetable with Every Lunch, Dinner, and Snack

Blog Contributor, Family, Lifestyle, Marriage, Spiritual

Love Is…

Join Blog Contributor Rachel, from Yeshua's Roots, as she discusses the real meaning of love. Ah February, the month of love filled with flowers, chocolates, and expectations, but do we really know what love is? Many believe that love is a feeling, that it is should be something easy, or even an accident, “falling in… Continue reading Love Is…

Blog Contributor, Family, Lifestyle

Loving People, Not Possessions

Join Blog Contributor Cescelie as she talks about loving people, not possessions. February is the month when love is in the air. On Valentine’s Day everyone is reminded to show love to the people who are nearest and dearest to their hearts. They often go all out with showy displays involving flowers, candy, jewelry, etc.… Continue reading Loving People, Not Possessions

Family, Homeschooling, Lifestyle

Going Beyond Commemorative Months: How to Really Teach Your Kids About Culture

If you're not already familiar with the commemorative "American" months, they range anywhere from African American History Month in February to American Indian Heritage Month in November. In between that you'll find both Jewish American and Asian Pacific Heritage commemoratives in May and Irish-American Heritage Month in March. The Law Library of Congress will tell… Continue reading Going Beyond Commemorative Months: How to Really Teach Your Kids About Culture

Blog Contributor, Family, Lifestyle, Parenting

Calming the Chaos: 5 Steps to Establishing Independent Play

Join Blog Contributor Christel as she discusses how to calm the chaos with five easy steps to establishing independent play! After baby number 7, our house became a little bit crazier. The added blessing significantly altered the structure and routine we all had grown accustomed to. Our little guy also was constantly entertained by his… Continue reading Calming the Chaos: 5 Steps to Establishing Independent Play