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Another year has flown by (do the years actually get faster the older I get??) and we want to share with you the top ten most popular posts of 2013. Enjoy! 10. 9 Examples of Positive Discipline   9. Is Formula Ever Better than Breastfeeding?     8. 11 Things I Wish I’d Known About Read More

Editor’s note: This post is written by Angela Parker. Angela Parker lives in Richmond, Va with her husband and two daughters. She loves cooking and coming up with healthy recipes to share. She is active in her church and helps her husband lead their small group. She is head writer at which focuses on Read More

Image by photos by simon I started making New Year’s Resolutions back when I was just 13.  At that time, I kept a hand-written diary in which I would write them.  Each year, I would sit down and assess the previous year’s goals — had I accomplished them?  If not, why not?  If yes, how Read More

By Laura @ The Spinach Spot, Contributing Writer  This time of year many people are making New Year’s resolutions, focusing on all the ways they can improve their lives.  While this can be a great thing I think it’s important, especially as a parent, to balance this with all the things that are right in Read More

Christmas 2014 is over now.  We had great fun with our family members — lots of board games were played, great conversation, and all around fun.  The kids really enjoyed opening all their presents and playing with their new favorites.  And good kids that they are, they were just as excited about the socks, underwear, Read More

  I know — Christmas just happened, and now 2014 is looming.  It’ll be here before you know it.  I don’t know about you, but the time has been flying lately.  When 2014 gets here, it’s going to be challenge time! What challenge, you ask? Our second annual “31 Days to Better Health & Wellness Challenge.”  We’re Read More

By contributing writer Sarah Nichols Have you ever wondered how rice cereal became the most recommended first solid to feed babies? I always just assumed that when I had kids I would feed them rice cereal and baby food. However, after the traumatic birth of my first-born son, I began to question most things that Read More

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