How to Survive Summer With Your Kids Without Going Crazy

As a homeschool mom, I’m used to having my kids in the house all day. However, over the summer when the kids aren’t “in school,” things can get a little bit crazy around here. Depending on how your children get along with one another, summer could either be a living nightmare or one of the best seasons of the year. If you are looking to make the most of summer with your kids, here are my tips for how to survive the summer with your kids without going crazy.

How To Have A Screen Free Summer

The idea of having a summer that is screen free might sound like a bit of a fantasy. This doesn’t just apply to our kids, but for us parents as well. It’s so easy to take those lazy summer days and spend them watching TV instead of enjoying all the summer fun. If you want to have a screen-free summer, here’s how to make it happen!

Things to Teach Your Son About His Body

As your son gets older, maybe even before puberty, he will start having a lot more questions about his body. As a parent, we know these conversations are bound to happen at some point, but being prepared can help you communicate with your son better.

10 Father’s Day Activities That Will Help Your Kids Get Closer to Dad

Father’s Day is right around the corner. While finding the perfect gift for dad is part of the Father’s Day celebration, there are so many special things you can do to make that special man in your life feel special. Check out my list of 15 Father’s Day activities that will help your kids get closer to dad!

Things to Teach Your Daughter About Her Body

Talking with your daughter about her body can be kind of awkward and even a little embarrassing. However, the conversations you have with her now will make her more educated and will help her make smarter decisions down the road.

Talking With Your Kids About Grief

Talking with your kids about death and helping them through the grieving process can be difficult. There is never going to be a good time to talk to your kids about what happens after people die, or how to handle their feelings about it. My father was first diagnosed with cancer three years ago and passed away this year. This journey has taught me a lot about how to talk to my children about not only death but terminal illnesses and cancer as well. I wanted to share some of the tips I have that worked well for my children in hopes that it makes talking to your kids about grief easier for you.

5 Ways Parents Can Protect Their Children From Sex Trafficking

The average child trapped in the sex trade will enter when they are just 12 years old. More than half of the people who are…

10 Ways Ordinary Families Can Fight Child Trafficking

Human trafficking has been an issue that has been near and dear to my heart for many years. Over 1.2 million children are trafficked every…