Kids
Holly Smith

The Battles of Being Home During COVID-19

Exodus 17:12 “When Moses’ arms grew heavy they took a stone and put it under him, and he sat on it. Aaron and Hur held his hands up – one on one side, one on the other – – so that his hands remained steady till sunset.” Weary moms. Precious mom warriors battling the daily

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Kids
Marissa Leinart

Talking to YOUR kids about the coronavirus

Schools are closed. So are restaurants and bars.  Employers are asking their employees to work from home. Church services are online. University classrooms are all online. Our nation’s leaders are asking that we stay away from crowded areas. What’s being recommended is that we all stay home because of the fast moving coronavirus.   Can I

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Kids
Marissa Leinart

Raising An Entrepreneur

Will was 4 years old when he first began selling.  He and his sister, 18 months his senior, would sell flubber at small, local arts & crafts fairs twice a year.  As a homeschool mom, I was always thinking of ways to make learning fun, especially in the younger years.  So one of the “fun”

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Parenting
Marissa Leinart

How Having Manners Lead to Our Children’s Success

We live in a crazily, busy world, where basketball practice, playdates and music lessons come before some of the more crucial life lessons: Manners. So maybe we need to remind ourselves that our children will someday become the future politicians, entrepreneurs, parents and leaders in society.  Their success in life is directly related to what

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Fun Homeschooling Ideas
Marissa Leinart

Making Family Vacations A Family Affair

Family vacations during the summer are memorable times for kids. But it’s often a stressful time for mom who ends up having to do everything. It doesn’t have to be that way. Make a decision to change the way you do family vacations by getting your kids involved. It’ll not only help ease the burden

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Kids
Marissa Leinart

Your child bullied in school? Know your options

Reportedly 1 in 3 students are victims of bullying. What is bullying? Bullying is defined as “intentionally aggressive, usually repeated” verbal, social or physical behavior aimed at a specific person or group of people. 83 percent of girls and 79 percent of boys report being bullied either in school or online. I still remember the first time I was bullied in school. I was in 6th grade at Lincoln Elementary School in Chicago.

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101 WEBSITES TO GET YOU MORE INVOLVED WITH YOUR KIDS​

These websites were handpicked because of their ease, educational benefits and free!  Put away your phone and be fully present with your child for even just 5 min. a day and you’ll notice a big difference in the way you and your child connect!

101 WEBSITES
TO HELP PARENTS
GET MORE INVOLVED

These websites were handpicked because of their ease, educational benefits and free! Put away your phone and be fully present with your child for even just 5 min. a day and you’ll notice a big difference in the way you and your child connect!