Raising a Pioneer in a Cyber World

Raising a Pioneer in a Cyber World

Outdoor Activities, Hunting, and More

by Beth Langley

I remember sitting at my Papa’s knee listening to him tell stories of when he rode in the back of a horse and carriage going down the “uptown” streets of our small North Carolina town. I would sit in awe trying to transport back to that place. Imagining a street with no cars. Trying to picture my Papa as a young boy playing marbles on the wood slatted sidewalks. Quite honestly it was beyond my comprehension and still is. But what I would give to just be a fly on the wall and witness the simplicity of that life, if only for a day.

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Connecting With Your Teen: 5 Important Tips

Connecting With Your Teen: 5 Important Tips

If you’re the parent of a teen, you have probably struggled to connect. Teens are no longer little children, but they are not yet adults – and they come with their own individual personality traits and concerns.

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Best Activities For Kids Sick Days

What to Do on Sick Days

It can be a challenge to find activities for your little ones while they are sick. Many children are used to running around, playing outside and enjoying the many physical activities of youth. Sick days curtails most of these. There are fun things you can do to help distract your child and entertain them while they are getting better. The following are the best activities for kids to do when they are sick.

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Practicing Math Skills in a FUN Way!

Practicing Math Skills 

Summer is over and math homework will be beginning soon or has already started. As you look around to find some math manipulatives to use to help your child with their math homework, here are some math games you can play at home with children. Some games use math websites, others use board games, ball game math, and simply using food.

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Stay at Home Mom Heading Back to Work

A Stay At Home Mom Back to Work

Before my children were even born, I had made the decision that I wanted to be a stay at home mom. I knew there was a big sacrifice I would be making by quitting my job. Bills would be harder to pay which would mean we would need to make choices to stick with generic brands, eat more meals at home, and try cutting any and all corners we could to make it work. The benefits of staying at home with my babies were far greater of a blessing than money could ever be! Now, it is time for this mama to go from being a stay a home mom back to work, working a public job. 

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