This family night lesson will help you uncover the testimonies that are already growing inside of your children’s hearts. It is empowering and important for them to know that they do have a testimony! Get all the info on the the blog today.
Hi! It’s Jamie from Prepared-Housewives, and I’m here to discuss preparing a family safety plan, with 10 ways you can make your family safer by the end of the year!
I have yet to meet parents that aren’t concerned about the safety of their children. Protecting children from whatever may be lurking around the corner just comes with being a Mom or Dad. Watching the news can leave you terrified of ever letting your children go outside, but since we can’t bubble wrap and hover over them forever, we have to find other ways to protect them.
This simple printable Latter-Day Saint’s Primary Goal Setting Worksheet is available for download. Use it to track goals set for the new Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Children and Youth Initiative. Growth is an important part of life. Children stretch and grow physically from the moment they are conceived. Physical growth happens naturally! […]
It’s a good time of the school year to check in with your kids. How are they adjusting to the new year of school work? How are things going with friends? How are their study habits? For us, it’s been just long enough to get familiar with the new schedule but still early enough that there is plenty of time for adjustments to prepare our kids for success at school! Reviewing these twelve habits and techniques can ensure that your student is adapting to the rigors of the school year.
The best primary talks for kids are printable talk templates based on the Come Follow Me lessons for Primary. This month’s topics are for September, however, they apply to any time of the year! There are many parents with mixed feelings about the month of September. Summer break is over and school is in session! […]
Hi! This is Sharon from Lemon Squeezy. The free download I made this month makes a great birthday or Christmas gift for any child in your life. My daughter and I were talking recently about difficult things in life and how they still can be done, even though they are hard. She then told me that her teacher last year had a sign over their board that said “I can do hard things” as a reminder to the students that they can, in fact, complete things and overcome obstacles they face. It was really inspiring to me, especially since my daughter remembered it from last year so it must have affected her. Check out what I made as a result of our talk:
For the past 3 months, my freeze dryer has been running nonstop. The minute one batch is done, the next is ready to go in. I’ve tried lots and lots of different items in my freeze dryer and am frequently asked about my favorites. Without fail, I will always mention freeze dried Skittles. They’re amazing! […]
Hello! My name is Maria and I am the author of the blog, Yay! I Made It, here to show you how to make a 17×17 pillow cover… or, really any size! 18×18, 20×20… it’s easy to adjust the dimensions for whatever size pillow cover you need! I have been a wife for almost seven […]
Five awesome Primary Talks for August Come Follow Me topics. These talks make church at home easy and meaningful. Have you noticed how crazy the world has been lately? I feel like I am on a boat in the middle of the ocean, during a storm, surrounded by sharks, with a broken sail, no fresh […]
This easy raspberry ice cream recipe is what dreams are made of… and, just because it’s late in the summer doesn’t mean it’s too late to make this delicious dessert. One of my most favorite things is attending a family BBQ where homemade ice cream is being served. There’s just something extra good about it […]