Prep day usually involves a lot of chores and a rather long list of jobs to do. It does at my house. So I’m always trying to invent new ways to keep the chores fun and get everyone involved. On every other day, the kids are required to simply do
I thought I had a great idea. Why not write about what Torah has to say about home management, and specifically routine? I already wrote some posts about Torah parenting, and even some books. Surely Torah has something to say about how we run our homes, too. Little did I
I was recently accused of being stereotypical. I accept that “insult.” In our house, Daddy does certain jobs, and Mommy does certain jobs. Daddy defends the home, protects us, guides us, earns the paycheck to support us. Mommy does the majority of the cooking, cleans the house, and teaches the
I would like to share some websites and resources that you might find helpful. I know they are currently very helpful to me. First, I’d like to bring your attention to the website Spinning Babies. It explains the importance of baby positioning to help have an easier delivery. It gives
I am an author and mom of seven. I write books to help strengthen families and homeschool materials specifically designed for Torah keeping families.