For years other moms would ask me, "How do you do it? You should write a book."
So I did.
Creating three varied and nutritious meals a day, seven days a week is a Herculian task! I help break it down here. (And no, I don't freeze casseroles!)
This is the number one topic I'm asked to speak on! When kids obey their parents, family life is peaceful and productive.
Ten practical ways to create a home where you enjoy your children.
These are my crowd-pleasing recipes that are both festive and easy to prepare--'cause Momma should enjoy the holidays too!
Some of my children struggled academically--but all of them eventually experienced success in college. I share here some tips.
Kids aren't born loving goodness, beauty and truth. But you can teach them to be virtuous.
We rob ourselves of joy when we live in chaos. Here are some simple, tangible ways to create order in your home.
Some parents struggle with how to present their faith to their kids. Here are some suggestions for introducing sublime ideas to young people.
It. Never. Ends.
Managing a family's laundry is a daunting task. Here are some useful strategies for taming the laundry beast.
The holidays should be a time of celebration for everyone--including Mom. Here are ideas for creating cherished holiday memories without chaos and stress.
The booklet offers comfort and hope as you grieve a loss that many people don't understand. You will get through pregnancy loss, but the sorrow is very real.
Raising 8 boys and 2 girls is the perfect place to learn effective parenting, and Donna Baer lets readers know how anyone can build a strong, happy family like hers. By choosing at-home motherhood over a high-flying career, she challenged the cultural supposition that large families are inconvenient, expensive, and lots of trouble. Instead she defends her choice by inviting us into her busy, joy-filled life, answering the 10 questions she’s most frequently asked. No subject is off limits, and readers get to peek into her closets, watch her discipline, learn how to keep 12 stomachs satisfied, and much more. After reading Donna’s book, I wish I could start raising my own family all over again!