I don't know about you, but as I seek to be hospitable toward others, I tend to be inhospitable toward the members of my own family. I bark out orders to my husband and children. I sigh heavily under the false sense that no one but me is doing any of the work. I grumble about the money spent, the time invested, the floors that need swept (again!).
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I've always been a word nerd (as a young girl, you'd find me salivating in the paper aisle while my mom shopped Walmart for groceries), and there's plenty of room for words on this wonderfully large calendar. In fact, I just spent a few minutes penciling in important dates I'm aware of in 2014 . . .
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Posted on 12.04.13 by a Guest Blogger
Topics: With Your Kids
Do you feel the pressure of the "mom laws"? They haunt us in blog posts listing ten ways we're probably screwing up our kids. We feel the squeeze from parenting books and advice from friends. They tell us we must do more and try harder. What if there's another way?