Need To Be Held Accountable ~ By Dionna Sanchez
Have you noticed the lack of it in society today. Especially the
accountability that is required of our children.
cell phones for example. Our 12 year old daughter has been begging
us for one. A couple of her friends have one but we have maintained
our stance that she does not need one right now. I mean, honestly
– what 12 year old NEEDS a cell phone??
And once we get her one a whole new world will open up; one
that we will need to closely guard and monitor because the main
reason she wants one is so that she can text her friends.
I’ve heard my daughter
whine about me checking in on her email account. But rest assured
that if/when she gets a cell phone – I have the right to check up
on her texting as well. Why? READ
Receipt Box ~ By Dionna
my children grow up and start making their own purchases, I find
myself sharing little tips for them to help them get more organized.
What Kind of a Mother Are
You? ~ By Dionna Sanchez
There used to be
a survey/poll on the Internet that asked you to take a test and see what
kind of TV mom you were the most like. It was a fun little survey
yet it could also bring out some sensitive areas and issues in our lives
if it said we resembled someone who had less than desirable
traits. It does make a person think though.
kind of a mother are you if you stop and think about it? I
think there are some key categories that mothers can be grouped in. READ
It Be "Caught" ~ By Dionna Sanchez
I usually choose to
do my Bible Study while my girls are at school. It's easier
because I don't have to worry about being interrupted and I can focus
on what the lesson is about. I have done the same thing with my
quiet prayer time. There are moments where I feel like I just
need to go face down on the ground and pray before the Lord with all
my heart and being. But I've chosen to do this in seclusion - in
At Bible Study
recently, we were talking about trying to fit our devotion times in,
trying to find a "spot" that was just designated for our
quiet times with the Lord, etc. Someone made the comment that if
we always do our devotions or Bible Studies in private, how will our
kids know that it's important to us? READ