When you’re in the trenches of motherhood, how do you know if you’re being successful? 18 years isn’t very long, but it feels forever away when you’re wondering if you’re even doing a good job. So how can we know if we’re parenting effectively? How do we know if we’re mothering well?
Learn how setting goals can help you mother with intention, and stay on track toward raising kids you love to be with.
So why exactly IS it so hard to get to church on time with little kids?
Well, there’s the obvious fact that you’re getting additional humans ready to leave the house beside just yourself. But then add in that they are small and need lots of help doing basic tasks like, you know, brushing their teeth and feeding themselves.
But it’s not impossible. Let me walk you through how you can get to church on time with little kids!
If you love structure
And want a daily schedule
And are super duper strict about food only at the table
And get a little panicky over late bedtimes –
I’m here to tell you that it is ok to be type A!
It’s said all the time that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but it’s also the hardest to hit all the marks. I want to feed my family:
What exactly do you DO during a morning routine? What should a morning routine include?
In this post I’ll walk you through exactly how to build a morning routine for mom.
A morning routine can help your whole day run more smoothly – Find out how to fit it in, and how to overcome any roadblocks!
No matter your schedule, you can fit in taking care of yourself! Before we get into how to actually fit self-care for moms into your day, let’s talk about what self-care is – and what it’s not.
Having children who stay in their beds all night every night and sleep 10-12 hours sounds dreamy to many parents, but sometimes you have a kid who just. keeps. getting. up. So frustrating!
But if you’re wanting to teach your child to stay in his own bed at night, keep reading.
Self-care. In Christian women’s circles, this tends to be viewed as a selfish concept. But it’s not!
Here is why Christian mothers should prioritize taking care of themselves.
Many thanks to Weelicious for the original version of this recipe – it’s a family staple now!
I’ve tested these with many different variations, and they’ve all come out great. Gluten-free, dairy-free, whole grains, honey instead of sugar, sweet potato instead of pumpkin . . . it’s hard to mess these up!