Links from the Week – Week 3 – February 2018

February is almost over! I cannot believe how quickly this year is flying by already. This last full week in February had some great reads. Here are a few of the highlights.

Links from the Week - Modern Momma Musings

Weathering the Highs and Lows of Raising a Gifted Child – Gifted Challenges
As I mentioned before, I have never had my son tested for giftedness, but there are many indicators that lead me to believe this may be what we are experiencing. That being said, this is a great article for support in those hard times. Weathering the storm of the emotional ups and downs has been our biggest struggle with Mister Man but he is an amazing kid and he brings so much light to our days. Some days are harder than others, the tips on this post are great on those hard days. Remember there is a light at the end of the tunnel, we just have to keep our eyes open to see it.

Daily Gospel Reflection for February 22, 2018 – Chair of Saint Peter – Catholic Mom
Don’t skip this because of the title. This was so much more than a Gospel reflection, it was a reminder of the keys that God gives us for our own little kingdoms. We each have a kingdom that God has given to us, yes us! This was a great reflection on how we recognize and use those keys that God has presented to us.

Children’s Behavior – Parents with Confidence
This was a great image I saw on Facebook, to help understand the underlying causing for our children’s behavior. So many times it is much deeper than what we see at the surface.

7 Horrifying Facts About North Korea That Our Fawning Media Seems to Have Forgotten – Daily Wire
Bringing you back to reality in a media glossed over world. Just a few things to consider that are happening behind the media’s portrayal of the North Korea issues.

Keeping Kids Connected to the Church: A Few Proposals – Peanut Butter and Grace
Loved this article on how to keep faith a strong part of our children’s lives. It is a longer article but definitely one worth taking the time to read.

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