Father’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to surprise Dad than with a special homemade keepsake? Gather your craft supplies, set up an art table, and get to work with your kids creating fun projects for Dad this year.
Father’s Day is coming up on June 20, but why not spend the month of June celebrating the amazing dads in our lives? Even if many places are still locked down in your area, there are many ways to have Father’s Day fun right at home.
We all have to deal with some level of accepting advice about parenting we can't take due to various reasons. Our society tethers often between polarities when it comes to certain parenting choices.

I'm not ashamed or apologetic in saying I wish my family had more generational wealth, but I don't love the self-sacrificing energy it takes to make it happen. In some sense, it can breed discord between the sacrifice-r and those who benefit from the "blood, sweat, and tears" that went into creating these assets.

We all parent as couples differently. There is no perfect way, but there are areas we can all brush up on to improve our chances of being more holistic-minded partners and therefore, parents.

For many moms, Mother’s Day is a nice holiday, but once the cards and gifts are exchanged, things quickly return to normal. If you really want to impress a mom, you’ve got to get a little creative!

It’s no secret that we are living in a worrying, stressful, and confusing time. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has shaken the world and changed pretty much everything, piling a lot of stress and pressure on new moms and their families.

The admiration and respect for mothers has been more than hard-earned, and the beauty about how we perceive our moms seems to be a natural order of things. Mothers just know how to turn adversity into victory, tears of sadness into tears of joy, and a divided family into a united front.

Bringing a new baby into the world is a monumental change for families, especially if you already have a young child at home.
"You didn't have to accept me. In fact, I am the exact opposite of what you expected and it would have been easy to blame me for the choices your son made after meeting me."
"You can plan all you want but there is always something that changes or goes slightly off those plans."
Good Friday reminds us all of the importance of forgiveness. Let’s take this time to practice forgiveness in our families, with our children, and with ourselves.
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