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Moms, It’s OK to Ask For Help!

As a mom, I often feel like I’m juggling too many things. From our family life to our church priorities to my job to my social obligations to holiday plans to neighborhood projects to meal planning to working out to….fill in the blank with whatever you are juggling too! You get the idea and I […]

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When Do You Let Your Kids Quit?

My oldest daughter has been involved in a few different activities in her short 6 years. She’s still pretty young, so I think just exposing her to many options is a good idea to see what she might like to delve into more deeply as she gets older. Each time we set the goal that […]

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Life Hacks with Electronics

We all like things that make our lives easier, right? Here are some tips and tricks I have found that help me with the use of electronics. Let me preface this by saying this post is basically brought to you by my hubby. I mean I wrote it, and benefit from all of these things, […]

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When Family is Far Away

I am originally from a small town in Tennessee and when it came time for college, this baby bird wanted to fly the coop. Christian education was important to my family so when I became interested in one located here, my parents said OKC was as far as they would like me to go….so that’s […]

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Parenting Script: 5 Tips for Bullying Prevention

This series is in response to Where’s My Parenting Script?! Please check back each Wednesday in the month of August for more tips. With it being back to school season, parents are busy making preparations for the year ahead. While equipping kids with the traditional school necessities, it can also be a good time to […]

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Helping Military Spouses (Because They Aren’t Going to Ask)

As our family draws closer and closer to another deployment I am preparing as usual. I am updating my emergency information, writing down when and how my husband normally does his chores and setting a monthly alarm for the dog’s flea and tick medicine since he normally takes care of that. I’m also preparing for something […]

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