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Janet Lyso, author of “…And The Word Became Flesh…”, shares: Many say “Jesus is the Reason for the Season,” to which I offer this thought: No! God had his plan to send his son “in the fullness of time” because we are the reason for the season! It is because of us in any season […]Continue reading
Bookcases are pretty. They also are heavy and difficult to disassemble. Then there is the moving. Perhaps the only thing more difficult to get up and down a flight of stairs is a mattress. Then there are the books. Books are pretty. Unfortunately, stacking paperbacks or hardbacks in a moving box means at some point […]Continue reading
Below I have compiled a list of some of my favorite children’s books. This list is partially based on my time as a nanny (16 years) and my background in early childhood and education (25+ years). In addition, we have used these books with our own four children and would recommend them to both parents […]Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Guion The Lion: Teaching Kids That Helping Each Other Makes The World A Brighter Place Englewood, CO, December 10, 2014 – Bright colors, engaging characters and an inspirational theme combine for an instant classic in Guion the Lion: A Colorful World (Inspire On Purpose), by Rebecca Wilson Macsovits. Guion (rhymes with “lion”) […]Continue reading
Hungry Feelings Not Hungry Tummy: Investigate, Understand, Translate and Transform Your Child’s Behavior Do you struggle, as a parent, to moderate the food your child eats? Do you worry that your child is overeating or indulging in too many sweets? Does your child’s behavior seem unmanageable? Many times we eat (or feed our children) for […]Continue reading
Moms: Battling the Bathing Suit Blues? New Parenting Book Offers Help More than 50 Mommy MD Guides, doctors who are also mothers, share their top tips to slim down, shape up, fight fatigue, boost mood, look great, and live better in The Mommy MD Guide to Losing Weight and Feeling Great. ALLENTOWN, PA (October 10, […]Continue reading