Today's Boy Mom Podcast episode is a super special one. Author, speaker, expert girl-mom (!) and my friend...Kari Kampakis joins us for a really fun and insightful chat about raising BOYS! Kari is thoughtful, wise, a lot of fun, and she has the cutest southern accent ever! I have found so much wisdom from Kari's blog posts and books. She and her husband are doing the good, hard work of raising their four girls to be young women of character and faith. In
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Hey Friends! Today I am doing something brand new on the Podcast! I'm reading you a piece of my own writing. And I hope you like it (because I really enjoyed doing it!) After sharing the Introduction to my new "What a Mom Needs Most" Series last week, I had a lot of requests to share the series here on the podcast. So, though I won't be reading all of the posts in the series here, I decided that today's message was so special and foundational, I really wanted to share it!
Hi Friends! I have a really special podcast episode for you this week! But, it's a timely one, so be sure to tune in right away! I had the chance to interview Jean Harville, who is an educator, mom, reading strategist, and the host of the upcoming (FREE!) "UNLEASH YOUR KID'S GENIUS" Masterclass series! This FREE ONLINE MASTERCLASS will feature 18 experts who will share on topics ranging from brain development, emotional control, anxiety-reducing strategies,
Hi Friends! I'm so excited to be diving into the New Year with all of you! On today's episode I am sharing some of the things I have planned both on the podcast and on my blog for 2020! I'm also talking about how our family is (finally!) writing a Family Mission Statement, using a new approach I came across recently! (a boy-approved approach, I might add!) I just had to pass it along and I hope it might inspire you to create your own family mission statement in
Mele Kalikimaka! I hope you are well into a most wonderful Christmas season. No stress. No frenzied family time or hectic holidays. All peaceful and joyful. Right!? (Just say yes.) Press on, mommas! Well, I thought it might be fitting to go into the holidays with a Boy Mom Podcast episode featuring...MY FOUR BOYS. With Josiah (20) home from college, I was able to get all four sons to share some Christmas reflections with all of you.
Aloha Friends. If you're like my husband and I were, you might find that when kids are young gathering them to do "family devotions" is more torture than blessing. Kids are squirmy and complainy and most of the time I found it much more pleasant to just read the Bible alone than with one (or two or three...) of the kids. But today's guest, best-selling author, Asheritah Ciuciu has a most- magical, gentle-and-quiet way of making devotions sound like a totally do-able family
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Hi Friends and Happy Thanksgiving week! Today I'm happy to share a fun little conversation with my husband Dave about gratitude...And thankfulness. (And: is there a difference between those two? :) ) Dave and I talk about how we can all cultivate a thankful heart, and how we can inspire our kids to be grateful, even when their life is relatively easy. I love having my husband on with me and I hope you enjoy Dave's wisdom and wit (even though the