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Crisis Support for Moms in Wichita | Wichita Moms Blog | Interventions and services for Wichita families who need assistance.

Support for Moms :: Interventions and Services for Wichita Families

Life doesn't always turn out the way we planned - and when you have kids, the stakes are even higher. The following agencies offer support and services for moms and kids in the Wichita area. 1-800-CHILDREN (helpline) KCSL's free, anonymous Parent Helpline offering an empathetic ear and trained listener who can help navigate any situation [...]
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Homeschooling in Wichita | Wichita Moms Blog | A comprehensive list of educational and extracurricular groups and activities for homeschool families in Wichita!

Comprehensive Guide to Homeschooling in Wichita :: Educational Resources for Parents & Students

Whether you're a veteran homeschool mom, new to homeschooling entirely, or just new to homeschooling in Wichita, you'll love this comprehensive list of resources for families who choose to educate their children privately at home. From co-ops and sports to virtual education programs and enrichment activities, everything you need to know about homeschooling in Wichita, [...]
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To My Teen Daughter

To My Teenage Daughter

Dear Teenage Daughter, Like other moms and daughters, we have days when we get along well, when we can share space and feel connected. And, of course, we have days when all we do is argue, when we have nothing nice to say to one another, and when this house isn’t big enough for the […]

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So, Austin, We Were Dating :: When You Almost Move

“The past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities.” -Stephen Hawking When I was young my family moved frequently, if not to a new city a different house in the same city. However, as an adult I have moved less. I went to college at Wichita State in 1999, […]

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Personality Tests for Kids & How They Can Aid Parenting

As a connoisseur of all things related to analyzing personalities and all the fascinating ways they intertwine, it’s only natural that I love picking apart my kids personalities. It helps too see and understand the things that make each of our kids an individual. It gives a clearer path for both encouragement and discipline. There […]

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How I’ve Learned To Communicate With My Kids Without Yelling

Several years ago when I was a SAHM with one child, yelling wasn’t really an issue. I read tons of parenting books, used positive reinforcement, I made DIY-calm-down-sensory-glitter water bottles, and I watched Super Nanny re-runs during my son’s naptime. But a couple years later, we added another baby to our family. Things became wild […]

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When You've Tried But You Just Don't Like Your Mother-in-Law

When You’ve Tried But You Just Don’t Like Your Mother-in-Law

We recognize that sometimes the things we feel we can’t talk about are the things others also feel unable to discuss – this post has been published anonymously as part of a series to engage our community in those difficult conversations. Click here to read more posts from this series. When I met my husband […]

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