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Guest Post: A Marriage that Will Last

Today we are honored to have Renee from Great Peace Academy with us on the blog.  We hope you’ll enjoy her fabulous article on building a marriage that will last!  ~Mama Tutu A Marriage that Will Last Prioritizing Your Marriage First Marriage is a word that, sadly, in our country has lost it’s meaning. People […]

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I Met a Child Today: A Guest Post by Papa Train

Please read the following guest post by Papa Train (a.k.a. my hubs, Ryan)! I Met a Child Today ~Mama Train

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Moms Need Lots of Grace

Being a mom is hard. It’s wonderful, fulfilling, exciting, awesome, etc. And, hard. Even though I’m a stay-at-home mom who has a whole lot of leisure time and breaks each day……..YEAH, RIGHT! Let me break this down into two lists: Things I need to get done: Cook Clean Homeschool Laundry Quiet time with Lord Play […]

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Bullies

Bullies

So, at soccer practice today, one of Jacob’s teammates was goofing around and kept hitting, pushing, kicking and pinching the other boys.  He was told by his parent and the coach to knock it off, but when they weren’t looking, he was back at it.  At one point, he pinched Jacob’s arm pretty hard, and […]

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Train up a Child

Train up a Child

The academic education of my children is very important to me.  It’s one of the reasons we have chosen to school at home, so that we can educate them and watch them soar to heights not bound by classroom walls.  But another reason, one even more important, is our job as parents to have more control […]

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I'm not TRYING to be rude……

………and no, I do not have an attention disorder.  Having adult conversations with people these days is SO hard.  It’s not them.  And it’s not that the conversation is too advanced for me.  Most of the time.  It’s just that I’m afraid one of my kids has broken into the bathroom to play in the […]

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The Tutus Side of "Trains & Tutus"

When my first daughter was born, she had her daddy’s olive skin, dark brown eyes and brown hair.  When #2 came along, we expected something similar, but here she came with fair skin, blue eyes and a ton of blonde hair!  We were shocked! Shortly thereafter, we were given an unexpected blessing in daughter #3. […]

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