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MOPS on ChannelMom: Keys to Kindness You Crave. 3 Helpful HInts for Moms & Kids to Get the Treatment They Desire… What moms blog about kindness and how to teach it to your kids… PLUS candid conversation about the topic with fellow Radio Host: Angie...

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World’s Okayest Mom: Mama’s Mind Is Under Attack…

There in that sterile hospital room, amidst quick flashes of lightning from a nearby window, I lay snuggling my sweet baby girl. My daughter, MaryGrace, has epilepsy; so, she was undergoing a sleep study to be sure she was not having seizures in her sleep, which could...

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Duck Dynasty for REAL on Channelmom

The Guys from TV’s Duck Dynasty step off the set to talk Faith, Family & Future: Enjoy EXCLUSIVE Channelmom video of Phil & Willie’s extended comments; the pair are asked about controversial topics, including their faith in God.  Phil also talks...

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Mom Blog: My White Privilege & My Asian Son

By Amber Kanallakan “Your adopted child of color doesn’t automatically inherit your white privilege.” I don’t remember where I first read those ten words, but they landed in my head and heart with a loud thud.  As the white mom of a child of...

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Jenny’s Blog: To Toddler Moms from a Mom of Teens

For the toddler moms… Hold on, mamas of toddlers.  Hold onto your toddler and enjoy the days of innocence.  Treasure the dirty hands and wet kisses.  Camp in the land of scribbled drawings and teachable moments.  Love those little ones hard… while they let...

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Can Selfie-Centered Kids Learn To Be Unselfish?

sel-fie- ˈselfē/ noun informal noun: selfie; plural noun: selfies; noun: selfy an image of oneself taken by oneself using a digital camera especially for posting on social networks. Maybe you’re a perfect parent and your kids never do anything digitally. And, maybe...

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World’s Okayest Mom: Mama’s Mind Is Under Attack…

There in that sterile hospital room, amidst quick flashes of lightning from a nearby window, I lay snuggling my sweet baby girl. My daughter, MaryGrace, has epilepsy; so, she was undergoing a sleep study to be sure she was not having seizures in her sleep, which could...

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Transgender Bathrooms And Parent Identities

With transgender bathrooms now a federally required provision in public schools, I’ve realized how gender roles are naturally investigated by children who look to their parents.  My realization was birthed while staring at a family portrait, snapped while we...

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