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. 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!
2. 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!
3. 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.
4. Peanut Butter Cookies
This recipe has become my favorite cookie. No flour means the peanut butter flavor is strong (and makes it friendly for those who are in a conflict with gluten), and will fill tummies and satisfy tastebuds of cookie lovers everywhere!
5. Reflections on the Savior
So much has been written about Him, His life, His death, His love. Here is what I wrote to share with my children one evening when they were having difficulty remembering how to treat each other kindly.
6. Create Family Traditions
Building on our family's quirks and habits creates cherished traditions that strengthen each family member.
7. Raising Ladybugs (For Fun!)
Think all captive ladybugs are doomed to suffocate or starve in jars?
They don't have to! Caring for these helpful buggies can be a fun family activity in the Spring and Summer.
8. Best Holiday Turkey
Does turkey scare you? Take a peek at how I bested the feathered beast after a few years of domestic fiddling. Brined and buttered, this guy'll earn his yearly spot on your table.
9. Christmas Miracle Without Money
No other day is quite like Christmas, no other holiday quite so special. With all our good wishes and great intentions, sometimes we just can't give our kids exactly what we'd like. Here is hope for those years when there is no money for gifts under the tree…when maybe there's not even a tree.
10. What is a Child of God?
We learn as children that we have Heavely Parents and a special place in God's kingdom. What does that mean as we go through the world as adults?
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