This week, enjoy Beef Enchiladas and Fresh Fruit Parfaits from Dine Without Whine.
This week we're discussing the Introduction and Chapter 1: What Women Can Be from Momnipotent: The Not-So-Perfect Woman's Guide to Catholic Motherhood. Meg Matenaer considers what it means to be called to motherhood and reflects on what
Loving a non-practicing Catholic, a non-Catholic, or a non-believer can be especially difficult. Here are tips to survive, thrive, and revive your marriage!
A trip to the mall in search of fashionable yet modest clothing for our daughters can be challenging, but we can use the situation to teach our daughters about self-respect.
A very Southern way of preparing okra.
A little advance planning gets that last-minute pizza on the table faster than the delivery guy can bring it to your door.
Are you ever ready for that day when your child passes through the door from childhood to college-bound young adult? I'm not!!
You don't want to miss this easy peanut butter dip recipe from Kelly the Kitchen Kop!
So the First Day. It’s happening. It’s happening on the face of the clock and the page on the calendar and we want more time. So what do we do?
No matter how many babies you've had, there's no such thing as being too prepared.
This week, enjoy Ultimate Chicken Casserole and Frozen Fruit Salad from Dine Without Whine.
This week we have a special interview with author Danielle Bean about her brand-new book, Momnipotent: The Not-So-Perfect Woman's Guide to Catholic Motherhood. This is our kick-off for our nine-week journey together. Jump in and join the
Tanya Weitzel reviews Maurine Reynolds Adamek's children's book, I'll Do Better Tomorrow, I Promise.
Who has the most influence in life?
Is potty talk more romantic than a box of chocolates? Charisse Tierney explores the everyday romance of married life.