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With Love, from MOPS

Hello, Dearest, can you feel the love? read more

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Goodness in the Hurry

I’ll be honest; sometimes I’m just in way too much of a hurry trying to manage a two year old and four year old to bother with the positive comments. In fact, if I’m really honest, I’m often in too much of a hurry and too stressed to even stop and notice the goodness in my children. read more

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Maintaining Family Bonds That Span the Distance

There is a special kind of heartache when the people closest to your heart are not actually near you. But distance doesn’t mean we have to be isolated from our extended families. Here, some intentional ways to stay close even if there is a state line or international border that separates you. read more

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Navigating Tough Family Relationships

For some, the most stressful part of the holidays is being together with family. In our culture, we’ve been led to believe that conflict is bad – something to be avoided because it’s the mark of a dysfunctional family. Conflict is, however, inevitable; and can bring about positive change. read more

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Five Ways to Nurture Individuality in Children

From what they want packed in their lunchbox to how often they want to feed to which lovey makes bedtime even possible, kids are unique. No two are alike, regardless of whether they come from the same genetic code or are raised within the same family culture. Here, five ways to honor who they are. read more