Author Archives: Guest Blogger

Teach your kids emotional intelligence

Teach your kids emotional intelligence

I’m excited to welcome Emma Lawson and her inspirational guest post. When you become a parent, your whole world changes and you realize there is nothing more important than happiness and wellbeing of your children. You can spend less money and time on yourself if that means they will have more, and you do whateverRead More

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Puddle Jumpers vs Life Vests when Boating

Puddle Jumpers vs Life Vests when Boating

With Labor Day approaching many will be soaking up final summer days poolside or lakeside. So I’m excited to have one of our readers guest post today about her experience in boating and being poolside with twins. Several months ago, I wrote a post “Swimming Safely with Twins and Multiples.” From this post, I hadRead More

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Can you have Two Passions as a Mother?

Can you have Two Passions as a Mother?

This lovely post is brought to you by our guest blogger, Oriana. Born and raised in Venezuela, she has worked hard to make a life for her and her family here in the US. This is the first of many posts Oriana will be blessing us with. I was raised by a feminist who absolutelyRead More

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TANKER TOTS – Natural Dog Treats

TANKER TOTS – Natural Dog Treats

This is a guest post by Amy Fiala, founder and owner of Game Time Dog Services LLC. “Treat” the universal word that makes most dogs pay attention to you immediately whether they know you or not. I’ve even known owners that use the command “treat” to get their dog come to them instead of usingRead More

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Yoga Pants or Bust(ed)

Yoga Pants or Bust(ed)

This is a guest blog by Donna Vaught. Donna is the mastermind behind The Closet Hound and The Closet Hound Finds. She shares her passion and knowledge about fashion and clothes through closet clean outs, styling consultations and most importantly she helps you feel good in the clothes you wear. Oh, how I would loveRead More

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10 Great Memory Verses for Boys & How to Teach Them

10 Great Memory Verses for Boys & How to Teach Them

As Christian moms, we all know that hiding the Word in our young ones’ hearts will benefit them for the rest of their lives. Let’s be honest, though… how many of our kids jump up and down when we tell them we want them to memorize something? We want our boys to be warriors forRead More

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Random Acts of Kindness Day

Random Acts of Kindness Day

To embrace Random Acts of Kindness Day we asked guest blogger, Jolea, to share how she shares Random Acts of Kindness with her young children.  When I brought my first child home from the hospital 6 years ago I felt honored to have him in my life. My outlook on life was forever changed asRead More

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Making Friends Down Under

Making Friends Down Under

To commemorate Australia Day we asked Maggie to guest blog about her experience moving to Australia and meeting new mommy friends. After my husband’s job moved us around the United States for years, we were thrilled to get the opportunity to live overseas. We excitedly began packing and researching our new destination, Australia! Our bucketRead More

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It Takes A Village

It Takes A Village

This post comes to you straight from real life. I’m writing to you with one son on my lap, another dumping leftover yogurt onto the kitchen floor while the third little darling “helps” by wiping up the mess with a stuffed parrot. In this moment, I feel like the farthest thing from a “Wisemommy”. Nevertheless,Read More

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Jayden’s Journey

Jayden’s Journey

We welcome another guest blogger, Tricia, share her story about her son, Jayden, as a premature baby for National Prematurity Month. Waking up in the middle of the night with contractions is scary for any first time mom, but it can be numbing when you are only 34 weeks pregnant. I woke my husband upRead More

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