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School Years

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  As a mom, I want nothing more for my children than for them to be safe, loved, and prepared for the life that is ahead of them. An executive from a Fortune 100 company recently told me that students...
Dyslexia is defined “as a learning disability that makes it difficult to read, write, and spell in spite of normal intelligence and adequate instruction.” (Dyslexia Reading Connection, Inc.) Dyslexia is a processing disorder. Dyslexics brains are wired differently; therefore,...
Have you ever wondered if your child is getting lost in the mix? If you're anything like me, I've often worried that my children aren't truly seen and known in their class of 20+ elementary-school kids. New Hope Christian...
So, you've started thinking about private school. Maybe you've always wanted your child to have a Christian education. Maybe you had every intention of sending your kids to public school, but that isn't working out the way you'd hoped...

Conquering Fear with Truth

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  In the final weeks of summer, my oldest daughter mentioned she was dreading the start of school. I thought it was odd, but I chalked it up to nerves, reassured her, and continued on as normal. She loves school...
As I thought about what to write this month, I planned to write a little about some tips to making the transition back to school easier, routines and traditions that will center your family in the midst of busy...
With the new school year quickly approaching, we have to shift our summer vibes to school year vibes. The long nights, busy days, waking up late all comes to an end. With a new school year, new grade level,...
High school can be overwhelming. No, I mean for parents. With an incoming junior, an incoming freshman, and an incoming kinder (God bless), it can be a lot to keep under wraps. Below is some advice we've received and...

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A Collin County Mom’s Guide to the Month of January

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It's January! New beginnings. A clean slate. Let’s throw off the moldy old husk of 2020 and get down to better business. All that...