Category Archives: Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development

Screen time is taking over more than ever before, yet with a little direction you can increase imaginative play for your children with these easy tips! 1. Tell stories. Stories connect us through generations, whether you are reading from a beloved book or making up stories of your own. One of our favorite games to…

Five years ago, we met Jordan for the first time. If you don’t know Mr. Handsome, he is the big brown eyed, brown haired little boy that strutted into our family and turned it upside down. I can hardly believe it has been five years, and at the same time, it feels like an eternity….

Welcome to the first week of the Summer Learning Series for July – and our topic is EARTH. If you missed anything shared on our first topic, (HANDS) CLICK HERE to start from the beginning. And if you missed what the 5 protective factors are, and why we use them in our work – CLICK…

    We are so excited to announce the beginning of our Summer Learning Series! This year we hope to bring you even more resources to keep the Summer days and weeks enjoyable for you and your children. If you would like to check out last year’s lessons you can go HERE. We are all…

Here at My Mommy Style, we love talking about being a mom, our individual styles of mothering and how to do simple things each day to strengthen our families. None of us are perfect, of course, and we think motherhood can drive you crazy, and be lots of fun at the same time! I’ve spent…

Today is a great day, because I get to announce that my friends over at KBYU are hosting a super FUN and FREE kids event! They have put so much time into planning this great day, and I’m sure they would love to have every single one of you there! I’m always looking for fun…

  A few weeks ago, I was really frustrated with one of my teenage daughters. She was having difficulties with her friends at school, and her stress was spilling over into her attitude at home. I tried to engage her in conversation, and possibly be a listening ear, but in my frustration with her indifference to me, I kept asking what…

I’m laying here thinking of my kids. Isn’t that normal for a mom of seven? I used to think it would get easier as my children became older, but now I know that just isn’t the case. Little girls become teenage girls, and teenage girls are complicated. They have strong feelings and opinions. They dream…

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