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3 Easy Ways to Teach Children Hospitality

Learning the art of hospitality is as simple as making those around you feel welcome and comfortable. Here are three simple ways I’ve introduced hospitality to my daughters. read more

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What Operation Christmas Child Means to Moms

You may have seen and heard what Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts mean to the children who receive them, but what do they mean to their moms? Women who dream of giving birthday or Christmas or “just-because” gifts to their children but know buying school supplies and clothing will be enou read more

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Being Brave when My Girls are Watching

The stroller wheel hit a bump and stopped, but I was still moving forward. The stroller came tumbling down, and I catapulted over it. I felt each part of my body hit the concrete. My shins. Knees. Wrist. I was humiliated. read more

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Courage to Have 'The Talk'

When would we tell our son about his autism? How? We decided several years ago to slowly, inch by inch, lay the groundwork. We wanted the kids to have a firm foundation in knowing everyone is different. read more

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The Lulu Boutique

I didn’t intend to found a non-profit. I didn’t – and still don’t – feel qualified to start one, I just wanted to partner with someone who was doing what I wanted to do. But no one was. read more