GIVEAWAY: Blurble Game

We’re giving away this award-winning game, Blurble to 1 lucky winner! Great family activity for when the kids are home over the Holidays! Enter for your chance to win by December 28th! Read More

Teaching Your Children About Intuition

Teaching Your Children About Intuition

Intuition is an important topic that comes up in my therapy practice, one I feel is crucial to discuss with our children. Teaching them what it is, what it means, how it presents itself, how to use it in your own life. Read More

The Importance Of Teaching Your Children To Love

It may seem like a “no brainer” to teach your children to love. Any caring parent loves their children unconditionally. But in a society that values performance and gain more than anything, it’s great to have a reminder every now and then that children need to understand and live according to what’s most important in life. And that is love. Read More

6 Simple Tips for Being a Good “Homemaker”

6 Simple Tips for Being a Good Homemaker

Homemaking is making home a place that is safe, turning it into a school where more than just lessons from books are learned, a place to play around, a place where you are the #1 fans of one another! Below I have listed what for me are six simple tips for being a good homemaker: Read More

Interview with Walker Jean Mills, Author of The Good Dog

Today Mom’s Choice is privileged to share an interview with Walker Jean Mills, author of the award-winning children’s book The Good Dog. The Good Dog is an allegory about how to love, accept, and show compassion to others through the eyes of a girl’s love for her dog, and we get to hear from the author herself how her own companion, Charlie, inspired her to share these lessons with the world. Read More

Discipline & Behavior: Understanding Your Child

Discipline & Behavior Understanding Your Child

It can be difficult, if you’re in charge of caring for a child, to help them with their learning. It’s been a long time since you were their age, and you’ve forgotten what it’s like to be in the classroom, trying to take in all of this information. Read More