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Deconstructing Gender Roles While Parenting

As far as I remember I have always wanted to push the limits of what I can do. I have always been somewhat stubborn. If someone naysays or doubts my dreams, I push against that, push to pursue my dreams even harder, to spite them. Some of this has come very obvious as gender stereotypes …

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The Ultimate List of 4th of July Family Activities

4th of July is one holiday that I have always loved. I love the fireworks and getting together with family. I love planning fun activities with the kids. Here are some amazing activities, crafts, home decor, and recipes for a fun-filled 4th of July. Activities Free Printable 4th of July Patriotic Count and Color Game …

Blog, For Mama, Parenting

How to Raise Strong, Respectful, Moral Children without Religion

There is a long-standing belief that morals are tied to religion in some manner or another. However, I believe that it is possible, and truly most people do, teach their kids morals and values, and religion is not a part of it. You do not have to be religious to be a good, moral, and …

Blog, For Mama, Parenting

Helping Your Child Build Intrinsic Motivation

It’s very common in schools and parenting to give rewards for positive behavior. I do not necessarily think that is wrong, but I do believe it needs to be done within reason. If you’re always giving a reward to your child for everything, they do then they learn to expect a reward. When they expect …

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These 2 Key Factors Keep Our Marriage Strong

My husband and I have been married going on 6 years. In that six years we have fought, we get angry at each other, but we both have said neither of us have ever felt like our marriage was rocky or questionable. We actually have friends and family that feel our marriage is unusual, but …