Parenting

Safe Diaper Treatments for Babies

Safe Diaper Treatments for Babies

August 27, 2020

During the hot summer, young children are at an increased risk of diaper rash. However, many parents do not fully understand how to treat diaper rash, causing symptoms to last, leading to a situation where the baby feels pain, discomfort and difficulty getting a good night’s sleep. For mothers with diapers, diaper rash is a permanent […]

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Baby Carrier for Petite Moms

Choosing A Baby Carrier for Petite Moms

August 12, 2020

Babies look tiny and light, but you will be extremely tired if you have to hold your baby all day. It strains a lot, especially for short mothers with slight shapes. So how can petite moms keep babies all day without having back pain? Thus a baby carrier is a perfect solution for petite moms. Using the best […]

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A new blog, The Learning Parent

A new blog, The Learning Parent

October 18, 2013

We’re into deeper water, home educating. I find my head is a bit full of parenting and learning. A new blog has been born to help me keep track of my home ed head. Introducing, My heart is still really with Women Bible Life and I look forward to a season which permits more time […]

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The painful good of saying sorry to kids

The painful good of saying sorry to kids

December 7, 2010

I am tired of saying sorry to my kids. Many times a day. Everyday lately. But there have been two interesting patterns develop (and it’s terrible that there has been enough experience for there to be a pattern). Face buried in a pillow, in tears, after an awful outburst, before I have said sorry, one child puts […]

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