We all know that eating family meals together is important for strong kids and families. But between busy schedules and crazy kids, how do you make shared meals happen? Here are a few strategies for putting a lid on mealtime madness—and actually making family meals fun!
Scott Warden and his wife face a problem every Sunday: What do to with the squirmy, whiny two year old. There is no right or wrong way to navigate these waters, as every parent and every child is different. How do you handle it?
We live in an age and culture that emphasizes comfort, convenience and expediency. Yet, our faith is full of admonitions to “wait upon the Lord” and persevere in the face of struggle. How can we instill the virtues of determination and patience in our children?
May is a month that is filled with momentous occasions. There are first Communions and confirmations. You might also have a wedding or a baptism in your family. These events are all sacraments. But do you realize that some of the more ordinary activities in our lives also allow us to experience God’s grace, too?
Technology can be intimidating in and of itself, and keeping up with what our kids are doing with it can feel like a battle against entropy. Here are four ways parents can keep themselves from becoming obsolete.