Before having kids, we all imagined having the picture perfect moments of motherhood. At least, I did. I, for one, believed that I could schedule everything and everybody. I love schedules! Alas, this was only in my dreams. I particularly remember all the precious Bible Study moments I had before I got married. I could […]
Choosing a bible that your child would love can sometimes be a tough feat.
How do you know what kind of Bible you should buy for your child?
And what are the things you should consider in getting a bible that your child will come to cherish and make their own?
In this post, I share with you the four top things you need to consider when shopping for a new bible for your child.
So while we have the Strong Willed Child who is ready to insist on doing what he wants, we also have the Child who never seems to want to do anything at all! How do you know if your child is Laid Back or Just Plain Lazy? How Can You Help Your Child To be […]
“We can’t be everywhere at the same time, I am sure most mothers would wish they could be with their kids to monitor them every step of the way…”
“When we hear the story of the Prodigal Son, or the Lost Son in the Bible, as some refer to him as, we may not have realized that it is a story rich in parenting principles. I’ll just like to share a few I have discovered with you…”
“Do Not Handicap Your Children By Making Their Life Easy…”
As the year 2014 was drawing to a Close, StrivingNigerianMom started, and the first post on this Blog ‘Will The Real Moms Please Stand Up?‘ was Published exactly two months ago on November 14, 2014. As short as our blogging journey has been, I must confess it’s been great! And this is thanks to everyone […]
…The fact that a child grows older does not automatically mean that whining will stop…
“It seems like I can’t go anywhere without having to plan and prepare for days ahead. I can’t just get up and do some impromptu outing…”
“…Raising kids even where the two parents are there can be quite tasking, not to consider adding the stress of being and doing it alone…”
Yes, it’s okay to get angry…Teaching our kids that it’s okay to get angry is a great step towards helping them handle conflicts appropriately…
“…Raising your child to be assertive teaches him to say No to whatever situation he does not feel comfortable with. If a child has not been taught to speak up for himself, he will grow up never changing situations, he will be just fine with whatever life hands him…”
“…That your child that seems to be frustrating all your parenting techniques is a child on her way to greatness…”
“Life is complicated enough as it is. Then add the stress of comparing one child to the other…”
When John Logie Baird invented the TV in 1925, I am sure he could never have imagined the tremendous impact it would have on our world, children and adults alike.
Kids need boundaries and rules! Discipline actually requires a whole lot of effort. Believe me, sometimes it’s just easier to let the kids misbehave and not do anything about it. After a long day, I just wish to sit, curl up in the chair with a good book to read – I don’t really […]
A few resources to help make the mom job a bit easier
“Behold, children are a gift of the LORD, The fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, So are the children of one’s youth. How blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them; They will not be ashamed When they speak with their enemies in the […]