Catholic Mommy Bloggers take on the topic of parenting, what it means to be a Catholic parent, and how they raise their children in the faith. Join in their journey with funny stories, motivation, and tips on managing big families.
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Playing with the Saints: I am a stay at home-homeschooling mom of six kids ranging in age now from twenty-one to ten. I can’t believe how time flies. A few years ago, I started an e-commerce shop on Etsy, Jacob’s Toy Box and Books, to sell the toys I create.
Each blog post has a story about a saint to share with children and an activity for the child and parent to do at the end. I try my hardest to make each story about a saint entertaining. So often, the lives of saints books are very dry and boring. This blog attempts to remedy that and make the saints exciting for kids to learn about.
Living a Catholic FairyTale: I’m Ida – I’m Catholic, eco-conscious, need-oriented, social conservative, NFP-promoting and unschooling.
I’m a wife and a mother of two (so far), I’m an author, a blogger and an education researcher – and I’m constantly working on too many crafting projects at the same time…
Veils and Vocations: Jennifer Elia is a Catholic Wife and homeschooling mother. She and her high school sweetheart are blessed to be raising three miracle children, with three more tiny saints to pray for them in Heaven. Jennifer is a former public school teacher and college professor, her passion lies in writing and being home with her family, though. Jennifer can also be found writing at Veils and Vocations, and Association of Catholic Women Bloggers.
Whole Parenting Family: A recovering lawyer turned mama artisan and blogger, Nell writes about parenting, partnering, and occasionally other crunchy doings around her ancestral home in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Eyes on Heaven: Ellen Mady is a Catholic wife, mother of three, and blogs at Eyes on Heaven. She works as Director of Marriage, Family and Life for the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Prior to coming to the Diocese of Pittsburgh in December, 2014, Ellen was working overseas for the Chaldean Archdiocese of Erbil, Iraq. She has traveled and lived in multiple countries in the Middle East since childhood, most recently, dedicating three years to helping the Church in Iraq in the fields of education and missionary outreach. Ellen also has experience teaching and ministering to youth, young adults and families here in the United States. She carries degrees in educational development and religious studies. Ellen blogs on topics of faith, family and parenting at www.eyesonheaven.net.
Saint Inspired Parenting: Alexandra Kubebatu, author, evangelist, and speaker, lives in Texas with her husband and two children. She is the founder of Saint Inspired Parenting and is Catholic parenting instructor at Productive Catholic. Having earned a B.S. in Instructional Design and Technology, she creates online courses addressing Catholic faith and family issues using adult learning theories and studies in early childhood development.
Alexandra has combined both her experience as a certified CCD teacher and academic education to homeschool her children. She enjoys and feels honored to share her unique perspective, experiences, and faith-based parenting techniques.