Rachel Held Evans. A few years ago, I read A Year of Biblical Womanhood. It was funny. It was ironic. It helped me to see my Bible in a whole new way. It impacted me in profound and interesting ways. What made an even greater impact, however, was Rachel herself. We had similar approaches to Carry on!
I have a list of 10 very simple hacks that you can do to make a difference when it comes to getting it done, even if you have ADHD.
(even though I also love it a little bit!) I have a love hate relationship with Valentine’s Day. According to various lore, there are at least three historical Valentines. One St Valentine performed weddings for people when he wasn’t supposed to and got put in jail, or even sentenced to death. Ahhh…how romantic. He put Carry on!
Six kids is a lot of kids. Just saying. I have a 14, 12, 10, 8, 6, and 3 year old. My tween stays up later than I do and my toddler is still in my bed most nights. And then there’re all those kids in between. My older girls want to be up with Carry on!
My oldest son has pretty profound dyslexia. I had known he was struggling with reading, of course, but early on, I attributed it to his being a boy, and much more active. than the norm. He had tantrums during reading lessons, but so had one of his older sisters, and I thought he was just Carry on!
It’s important to set attainable daily goals to keep your life on track. Here’s one awesome way to do it.
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I first became committed to Gentle Parenting–parenting without threats, spanks, yelling, anger–three years ago. We always have been Attachment Parents–breastfeeding, baby wearing, cosleeping are a few of the tenets–, but I didn’t understand Gentle Parenting or Peaceful Parenting, or how it could possibly “work”. I even joined a Gentle Parenting board and tried to learn Carry on!
I get asked now and again for advice. One of the questions people hit me up for is “How do you get your kids to do chores?” The last time someone asked me this, I was caught off guard and probably half asleep and answered, “I don’t know exactly. They just do.” My friend got Carry on!
It is very hard to find used clothing for a six year old boy. Boys are notoriously hard on their clothes. At one of the second hand stores we frequent, there are rows and rows of size six girls clothes. There were exactly TWO pairs of pants for Cadrian. And one was a pair of Carry on!