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Here are the top ten articles for the LDS Families Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Ideas for Nursery Leaders
If you've just been called as a nursery leader, or you've been serving for years, here are some ideas that may help.
2. Helping Your Child Give Primary Talks
Here are several tips for helping your child prepare and give a Primary talk.
3. FHE Lesson on Charity
A lesson for adults, teens and older children on charity. Based on a talk given at Oct. conference in the Relief Society Meeting.
4. Heavenly Parenting On Earth
All of life is a learning experience. One of the lessons I've learned since becoming a mother is a pleasant surprise--that as much as I love my children, Heavenly Father loves them (and me) even more!
5. Make a Babysitting Kit
If you have a daughter just starting to babysit or you are looking for a project for the young women, this babysitting kit is a great idea!
6. Who is the Angel Gabriel?
This article was part of Terrie Lynn Bittner's popular Nativity Family Home Evening Series
7. Mother's Love--A True Story
The example of love set by one mother not only touched and softened the heart of her rebellious son but left a lasting impression on mine.
8. Mother's Day Articles
A collection of articles honoring mothers, discussing the journey and experiences of women and celebrating the joyful parts of parenthood! Articles addressing infertility, Mother Eve and the role of women in the world, The Church and our homes are included, along with tributes to MOMS everywhere!
9. Tin Foil Dinner Tips
Tin foil dinners seem to be the bane of many campers. Undercooked meat, bland flavors, hours of cooking time or burned to a crisp in a just a few minutes. Here are 12 tips for successful tin foil dinners.
10. Rethinking Romantic Love
How is it that those who "fall in love" seem so often to "fall out" of it again? There may be something wonky in our idea of romace and love in the first place.
Be sure to visit the LDS Families Archives for all the articles!
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