When siblings Isabel, Andrew and Ruby Lambert find out that their parents, Brent and Sarah, are planning to divorce, they employ the help of an eccentric personal injury attorney in a last-ditch effort to save the marriage.
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Topics: Parenting Family-Friendly Movies
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Moms know that in today’s world you must be diligent about what your kids see and hear in the media. Even cartoons are loaded with messages that conflict with the beliefs and values you try to instill in your children. There are very few sources of clean entertainment available that you don’t have to preview or monitor. Rest easy with these three uplifting, wholesome and entertaining TV shows that you can be confident in.
Topics: Kids Parenting Family-Friendly Movies
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It can often be difficult to find activities that will engage and excite your teenager. This holiday season, take the opportunity to get creative. Spend time together doing things that will get your teen out of his or her room, off their phones, and participating in holiday festivities. Here are some fun projects for teens that you’ll both be excited about.
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It’s not just in your head, today’s PG rating isn’t your mamma’s PG. What used to be a trusted way to categorize movies as family-friendly (or not) has become, to many parents, an arbitrary and unhelpful label. If you’ve ever found yourself thinking, “This is rated PG?,” you’re not alone.
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Parents who choose Christian entertainment are protecting the minds and hearts of their little ones. As parents, one task God gives us is to nurture the innocence of our children and protect them from some of the negativity of the world. Quality Christian children’s movies and TV shows can help parents with this mission. The wrong entertainment teaches aggression, rebellion, and impulsive behavior, but the reverse is also true. The right entertainment encourages good behavior, strength of character, and better decision making.
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“13 Reasons Why” quickly rose to fame after its March 2017 release. The series tells the story of Hannah Baker, a teenager who took her own life and leaves behind 13 tapes for the people she deemed responsible for her actions. Upon its release, “13 Reasons Why” was praised by some, but heavily criticized by mental health professionals.