Category: mom care

7 Steps to Starting Up a Home Daycare

Starting a home daycare is a great business for stay at home mom or someone that wants to work from home and loves to care for children. Moreover, there is a great need for infant/toddler care and a many parents prefer that their young children are in a home setting until they are old enough… continue reading

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy – An Evidence-Based Treatment For Disorders of Attachment

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy is an evidence-based and effective form of treatment for children with trauma and disorders of attachment . It is an evidence-based treatment, meaning that there has been empirical research published in peer-reviewed journals. Craven & Lee (2006) determined that DDP is a supported and acceptable treatment (category 3 in a six level… continue reading

30 Minute Menus For Mother’s Day

I can’t think of a better way to show our mothers how much we care about them than to prepare a loving meal for them. It can be hard to pull it all together with so much else going on, however. I have some 30-minute menu ideas for you. Let’s get started… You will find… continue reading

Parenting After Divorce – Pattie Mallette and Jeremy Bieber Show You How

Most parents are always there for their children, support them, love them deeply and take care of them. It is every kid’s dream to have wonderful mom and dad who love him or her very much. Unfortunately, every year many couples get divorced, and if there are kids present in the marriage, parents will have… continue reading

A Totally Happy Mother’s Day Just For You

Dear mom, mommy, mamá, maman, mamma, de mamma, amma, ma, emak, ibu, inchik, ummi, yes, all mothers at and throughout the world…of the slightest difference none for what reason can we stare; At, Ampang, Rawang, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Jakarta, Bangkok, Calcutta, Beijing, Sydney, London, Paris, Toronto, Moscow, Indiana, Other Places, or Delaware; Truly,… continue reading

The Power of Prayer to Heal

On one occasion, I was asked to go into a room and be with a daughter whose Mom was dying. Mom was expected to die not long after I was to enter the room. When I went into the room, the daughter was at her Mom’s bedside. She did die not long after I had… continue reading

Critical Care Nurse to Traveling Entrepreneur: How I Mentally Did It

“How did you go to from being a nurse to traveling around the world as an entrepreneur?” I get this question a lot. True, my career path has not been very conventional. It’s quiet rare, actually. However, it can be done. Everyone’s exact steps are different, so instead of sharing my chronological process, I’d rather… continue reading

When Akita Puppies Are Ready to Leave Their Mother

By the time the puppies are seven to eight weeks old, they should be fully weaned. Their mother should still be in attendance so that she can play with them and enjoy them, but they should have learnt that there is no milk to be had from her, and they should not pester her. The… continue reading

The Slow Walk to Heaven – Battling Alzheimer’s

It’s never easy letting go of our loved ones, even when they have been struggling for years with a debilitating condition-even if we say it was a “blessing” it is still never easy saying goodbye. Marilyn, my mother-in-law, was only seventy-five, but she’d had Alzheimer’s for almost three years now, and it progressed very rapidly…. continue reading

Do "Moms" and "Dads" Define Parenting Differently?

When One Parent Considers Their Role a “Job” This strikes me as an interesting question. Has it ever occurred to you? Have you ever found yourself thinking “this is the hardest job I’ve ever had?” Well, it did not occur to me until I had a heart-felt conversation with my husband last month. He was… continue reading