Parenting tips from the Babywise Mom.

Mom, Dad, and Baby

The Parenting category on this blog covers the following topics:

Childcare and Daycare



Love Languages


Organizing Life  (also Efficient Mommy  and How I Do It Series Index

Pep Talks for Hard Times



Self Care

Working parents

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Parenting tips from the Babywise Mom. 

Mothers, Let’s Be Nice

image source Being a mother has made me a better person. I am no doubt a better person today than I was a little over 7 years ago. What has motherhood… View Post

Pregnancy News Flash: Pain is Not a Requirement

There I was–walking through the store with McKenna. As we walked, I got a little slower, and a little slower, and a little slower. Why? Because I felt like my… View Post

Fathers Impact on Daughters

My husband and Kaitlyn several years ago Today, I did a guest post on about the profound impact fathers have on their daughters. Check it out here. This post… View Post

Words for Mothers

Over the years, I have written several posts for moms. I thought as Mother’s Day approached, it would be fun to draw attention to these.   Pregnancy Pregnancy: Weight Gain… View Post

Traditions for Lost Child’s Birthday

Yesterday (as I write this) was Braxston’s birthday. (see Baby Braxston and Miscarriage and Stillbirth).  Each year, we have our set traditions of what we do to remember him and celebrate his birthday.… View Post

Pregnancy: Weight Gain and Eternal Perspective

After both Brayden and Kaitlyn were born, I never did anything special to get into shape. I would exercise sometimes, but often found myself completely paranoid about affecting milk supply.… View Post

Digital Overload and What to Do About It

image source There I was. I was sitting in a house we had rented right on the shore in Oahu, Hawaii. With the windows open, we could feel the ocean… View Post