Babies are cute. Their little dimpled smiles and those fat little fingers. Their adorability can be scientifically evaluated. What!?! No way! Yes way. It can be measured. Put to a standard and ...

Kiddos can be a mess. There’s no end to the mischief they can dream up. Golf balls in the toilet. Toilet paper trailed through the house. Mud everywhere. Even our dinner table is no safety ...

Children love to be pranked. A surprise gift, a joke told at just the right time, or an unexpected visit to the ice cream shop. Tell your kids the perfume sample from the department store is ...

Get married or go it alone. That’s a valid question in today’s divorce-afflicted society. Want to pay alimony? Child support? Give up half your retirement account? It doesn’t matter if your ...

There’s no doubt about it. God says family is important. Children rock the house. Brothers and sisters are silver and gold. Our family members are the people who make our life a ...

We’re taught to believe a family should be a perfect unit, always getting along, with our squabbles turned over to Jesus, so we can coexist in peace in love. NOT! That’s not real life by any ...

You’re finally a dad. What does that mean, other than the obvious child you fathered? What does God require from us when we take on parenthood? Here are five opportunities to practice being a ...

Whom do we love? The people who love us back, right? After all, why would we love someone who plans evil for us? Or ignores us or disrespects us? We deserve to be treated as the special person ...

Children are a blessing. No one doubts that, unless, of course, it’s on a day when our loved ones challenge us to exasperation. Children tend to do that. Our preschooler fights to establish ...

There’s a saying that behind every successful man is a good woman. Oprah Winfrey says to think like a queen, because a queen isn’t afraid to fail. Ayn Rand famously said, “The question ...

Valentine’s Day is a time set aside for couples. In the U.S.A, we exchange about 190 million cards each February 14 (not including hundreds of millions traded by school children), and that’s ...

Families. If we have a good one, we have a support structure that can buoy us through the toughest circumstances of our lives. If our family becomes fractured, it can weigh us down like an ...

It’s said that the tick of the clock is relative. It’s true. It is. Time elapses at different rates. Don’t believe it? Sit through an interoffice meeting, one where everyone is expected to ...
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