Thank you to everyone who commented and sent me notes and messages on my last article, “A Pro-Vaccine Point of View.”  I would like to address the issues that were raised from those comments in an effort to give an answer to all aspects of this controversial topic, especially since I know that some do not read all of the comments nor do they...

Don’t forget my popular follow-up article >>> Buckle up for a Mostly Sensible opinion of the Vaccine Wars.  There are really few debates out there that have caused such an uproar and influenced decisions about such a personal part of our lives, namely, our children.  There is so much to weed through in this debate of whether ‘To Vaccinate, or Not To Vaccinate’ your children.  Since the Pro-Vaccine Movement seems to have gotten behind the Anti-Vaccine Movement in spreading their side of the issue...

Two years ago I made a butterfly quilt for my oldest daughter, Katie.  I had come up with the butterfly theme simply by watching her.  I was not thrilled about doing the typical girly patterns like hearts or flowers.  Those are easy to come by!  But butterflies were all over Katie at the time.  She had them on her shoes, her dresses, her coloring...

  I know.  I’m a glutton for punishment!  It’s probably not wise to publicize what homeschool curriculum we have chosen.  I may be opening myself up to criticism right off the bat simply because everybody thinks their choice in curriculum is the best.  Well, truly each family may choose differently, but that is because each family is different…and frankly, each mother is different.  I have to be the teacher after all!  ...

As a parent, it is an interesting thing to me to see different parenting styles.  I tend to mull over the underlying purposes in every philosophy in an effort to see if it is (1) Biblical and (2) Practical.   There is more to parenting than keeping the child fed nutritiously, dressed appropriately, realistically healthy, and behaving normally.  It is so easy to forget that even in those early years, it is the job of the parent to orient their child’s thinking...

“We are like Eve.”  Nancy DeMoss contends that because of the way women are created, we are more susceptible to deception.  However, she will not coddle you into letting that be an excuse for sin in your life.  Her basic premise is to be aware of your weaknesses and of the lies Satan wishes you to believe; lies about God, ourselves, sin, priorities,...

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