By: Sharisse Scott The summer is right around the corner and if your family is like mine, you may be planning family road trips. Family road trips can be so much fun, but as we all know they can be dangerous too, especially when you have younger children. I want to give a few tips… Continue reading Summertime Fun and Safety
This post is dedicated to my first-born son. Thanks for giving mama the courage to be vulnerable, the confidence to wear my crazy on my sleeve, and for every tiny hug and tiny kiss. I love you Bear! Today’s post was going to share ideas and tips about why and how moms should take some… Continue reading You’ve Got This, Mama!
Rest in the Lord By: Coach Nay Am I the only person who likes making a to do list and being able to check everything off? I doubt it. The reward of getting things done can sometimes cause me to constantly look for something to do, achieve, organize…you get the point. I have to… Continue reading Resting in the Lord
Hi there! I hope all is well. I have an update to share with you for the Fruit of the Spirit study we started in February. As you know, we dived right into the first five fruit and really looked at what the scripture has to say about love, joy, peace, patience, and kindness. If… Continue reading Fruit of the Spirit Update
Hi! It’s been a few weeks since I last posted anything. I hope all is well with you! I’m excited to share some great news with you all (which will also sort of explain my absence). Seeing as how this is the MoM Coaching blog, I’m sure it’s no surprise that I enjoy helping, motivating… Continue reading I Have Something to Share!
By: Coach Nay Most of what we do from day-to-day is built on habit. Our morning routines, our daily task, our responses to ringing phones, stop signs or washing dishes after dinner. We do things based on our previous actions and know what to expect in response to those actions. How many of your habits… Continue reading Be Transformed
She opens her mouth in wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue. Prov 31:26 I took my son to a play area in the local mall recently. He was the smallest of the children there, but he was so excited to be around the other kids. One of the oldest children there… Continue reading Kindness