Before I even introduce the author, I want to start off by saying that I believe all parents should read this post. You can be a foster parent, adoptive parent, biological parent, step parent, grandparent, soon-to-be parent, want-to-be parent, never-want-to-be parent but I love being an auntie/uncle, etc. So let’s get to it!
I met my friend Jacqui at a church in Greensboro, North Carolina that we were attending. I love hearing about my friends who become foster parents so when I heard that Jacqui would become a foster parent, I was ecstatic. She shares with us her experience and what she has learned which I mentioned before, is great information for all parents. Continue reading “Guest Post: Foster Parenting and the Importance of Choices”→
I’m pleased to introduce to you my friend that I met in high school, Trista Swinson of Let’s Eat Safe. We were both proud band geeks as we were part of our high school’s marching band as well as other bands at school. Now, she is a wife and a mother to two beautiful children. I invited her to write a post on food allergies since both of her children have severe food allergies and her experience has taught me so much. While many people might think that people with severe food allergies are limited, I see a mom who goes above and beyond to provide safe yet delicious experiences for her family.
Trista shares a wealth of information on food allergies in children so we will feature her post in two parts. Part 1 addresses many misconceptions and states various facts while Part 2 delves deeper into her family’s personal experience and include a delicious recipe that everybody can enjoy. Continue reading “Guest Post: Food Allergies in Children Part 1”→
I’m pleased to introduce to you my dear friend, Saundretta James of Live Alive and Free. We met in 2007 when we both studied abroad in Mazatlan, Mexico and we have stayed in touch ever since. She is a wife, a mother, and an author among many other things. Today, she gives us a few tips on Making Memories.