Nurture Her Nature is going collaborative! While our story will stay the same, we know that motherhood is best spent in the company of others. We are interested in your stories and personal experiences. Please, no advice. We all get enough of that in the real world.
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Check out our recent contributers. They are pretty awesome.
By Jude McLean As parents, guardians, teachers, and carers, we all want our children to grow up to succeed in life. For them to do this, we need to instill specific character traits that will not only lead them down the right path but ultimately encourage our children to become great well-rounded members of society.
By Jennifer Kessler Photo credit: craftindustryalliance.org Teaching your little one how to sew sounds like a wonderful idea. I started sewing when I was in my early 20s. And how I wish I had acquired sewing skills earlier! I learned both the basics and advanced techniques all by myself. It took a while to get […]
By Alex Robbins How children handle the loss of a loved one depends on the child’s age and her relationship with the deceased individual. The support she receives also plays a big part in how she handles the loss. Losing a loved one can have a significant impact on children, and they need an adult’s guidance. If […]
By Anny Brown of Modernmom.good4y.com Can’t decide on how to introduce your kid and puppy to each other? This has always been a daunting task for parents. The young pet and the child are at a certain age when they don’t understand right from wrong. You may still have to dry a carpet quickly once the […]
By Josephine from babykis.com If you are taking care of a newborn baby, you know very well that the idiom “sleeping like a baby” (which means to sleep deep and well) is quite misleading! After all, newborn babies tend to wake up every few hours to eat, cry, pee, and poop! And because of this, it seems […]