Nichole Beaudry strives to capture the wonder, beauty, and whimsy in the small moments with her children. She earned her undergraduate degree in English from The University of Texas and her master’s in English from California State University. Before having children, she worked as an English professor, teaching Composition and Shakespeare, much preferring the latter. Nichole and her husband, Craig, live in Northern California,with their two young children, Katie (4) and Matthew (2). They are currently working on baby number three.
What if you woke up tomorrow with only the things that you expressed gratitude for today? Of all of the beautiful things in your life, what would you see when you looked around? Feeling and expressing gratitude is something that can be learned. Here are four books to help.Read Full Story
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In a society where we’re constantly entertained, it can be tricky to foster creativity in our children. Here are a few fun ideas that push them to think in new ways to help them to turn off the electronic devices and explore their own creativity.Read Full Story
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When you struggle with infertility and the months of waiting for a pregnancy turn into years, it can be difficult to imagine ever holding your baby. We spoke with more than a dozen moms who bravely battled infertility and won and we’re honored to share their powerful stories with you.Read Full Story
Making your marriage a priority is one of the best gifts you can give your children and it’s one that will shape how they view their world. The love that parents show one another offers an excellent example of what real love looks like.Read Full Story
Memories of my childhood include plenty of unsupervised time for exploration and adventure. But my children are having a very different experience. Were things really that different when we were kids or is it just parents who've changed? For today’s parents, it can be challenging to let go a little.Read Full Story
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