Orange Cranberry Scone Recipe -- great for Easter or anytime! Well hello Orange, Cranberry Scones! Welcome to my Easter -- or anytime -- table! I'm so excited to introduce you to all of my friends... Friends, meet my favorite new favorite scones... I think you guys are going to like each other a lot. *Note: If you happen to be #glutenfree, see the bottom of this post, because I've got you covered too. 😉 Though I honestly think
This week I helped my boys egg our good friends' back yard. 🥚 😳 Fortunately it was not the kind of "egging" I remember (hearing about 🙈🤫) in high school, but it was super fun. And I thought I'd tell you about it... But first, this is important to know: I am teaming up this Thursday through Saturday (3/25-27) with an amazing group of women doing a round up of great Easter ideas on Instagram...which includes a $400 -- (yes, FOUR HUNDRED DOLLAR!)
I think that every parent will find today's episode enlightening and helpful! But, if you have a son who you would describe as 'outside the box' -- whether he has learning challenges or falls in the gifted range -- this is especially for you! Colleen Kessler comes from both a professional background (an EdM in gifted studies, and much more-) and personal experience -- raising four children who are "differently wired." Colleen is an award-winning educator, educational coach and
There aren't a lot of reality TV stars who I would consider role models in the way of parenting, but as far as I'm concerned, today's podcast guest, Korie Robertson, is big time #momgoals. Like most people, I learned about the Robertson family through their A & E hit television show, Duck Dynasty. Since the show began, I have been so encouraged watching the Robertson family, and especially seeing the kids grow up. I've been so impressed with choices they are making and
Hey Friends! I had to do a little podcast shuffle (switch out what I had planned to publish this week -- a story for another time -- ) and this gave me the perfect opportunity to do something I've been wanting to for a while! An all Q & A episode! 🎊 I hope to do these quarterly, so please give me feedback, and always send your questions to: [email protected] (put Q &A or "Question" in the subject line!) I love to hear from you on social media, but if you can try to send
Anyone ever had a kid who whined, lied, tattled, or complained? (🙋🏼♀️) If so, then today's episode is for you. I am so excited to share this packed, practical chat with best-selling author, Ginger Hubbard, with all of you. I especially loved talking to Ginger, because her early books, “Don’t Make me Count to Three” and “I Can’t Believe You Just Said That!” shaped my early parenting years. (Who could have guessed that I'd one day be interviewing her on a podcast?!
Kids, Character, and their Future Success, with Dennis Trittin. We all want our kids to have good character, but we don’t always consider how crucial character is to our kids’ future success. In today’s interview, former multi-billion-dollar investment manager, Dennis Trittin, helps us connect the dots and find even more motivation for raising kids of character. After over 30 years managing investments and studying successful leaders all over the world, Dennis
Talking about Middle Children, and offering a giveaway! Today we continue our mini-series about birth order! I loved hearing from so many of you about your firstborn kids last week, and found so many of your comments fascinating! And now I'm so excited because today we get to talk about the birth order that kicked off this whole series on my blog so many years ago: MIDDLE CHILDREN! I was exploring birth order back when my 2nd son was barely a teenager, and what