Author - Lori Ramsey

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Lori Ramsey (LA Ramsey) was born in 1966 in Twenty-Nine Palms, California. She grew up in Arkansas where she lives with her husband and six children!! She took the Famous Writers Course in Fiction from 1993-1996. She started writing fiction in 1996 and began writing non-fiction in 2001.

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Holidays Moms Mothers Day

When Is Mother’s Day?

History of Mother’s Day May 14, 2017 is Mother’s Day this year and next year it will be May 13th 2018.  Anna Jarvis recognized the importance of Mothers Day and is considered its founder. She suggested the idea back in 1907 that there should be a day celebrating motherhood.  It was not...

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Parenting Tips

A Simple Guide on Children’s Chores

Kids Chores by Age It is never too early to teach children how to do chores. Chores is a great way to help a child understand there’s work involved in being in a family and in maintaining the home. So many children are raised without having to lift a finger in helping with the daily...

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Holidays All

Teaching Children About Martin Luther King Jr.

“Mom, why are the banks and post office closed today?” “Because it’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day.” “Who’s Martin Luther King Jr.?” This conversation may be heard throughout the USA on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Teaching our children about the vital history which includes one of the most...

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Parenting Parenting Tips

Teaching Children Not to Worry

by Lori Ramsey – real life parenting with a mom with 6 kids With 6 kids of my own, I learned quickly that children worry as much or more than adults, and often it’s because they haven’t been taught what they can and can’t control in their lives. Worry for a child adds stress to […]

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Parenting Parenting Tips

Better Ways to Praise Kids

Praise and Constructive Criticism by Lori Ramsey – real life parenting with a mom with 6 kids The children of today experience the world a lot differently than we did as children. The spirit of competition is gone and is replaced by the motto everyone is included, everyone rewarded...

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