Parenting With a Chronic Illness | Parent Cue Blog

Family Life | Featured | Special Topics

Parenting With a Chronic Illness

It can be such a temptation not to make the most of the difficult days. My faith, having gratitude, and keeping challenges in perspective have been keys for me to… Read More
My High Schooler Didn’t Get Into Their Dream School | Parent Cue Blog

College and Young Adult | Featured | High School (9th-12th) | School Life

My High Schooler Didn’t Get Into Their Dream School

Being rejected by a school—especially the one they hoped to attend—means letting go of some big dream scenarios they’ve been imagining for the future. Read More
A Mother’s Day Gift Guide for Every Budget | Parent Cue Blog

Celebrations | Featured | Seasonal

A Mother’s Day Gift Guide for Every Budget

This year we wanted to make the celebration easier so we put together a list of great (and budget-friendly) gifts to let the moms in your life know how wonderful… Read More
What You and Your Kids Need to Know About True Confidence | Parent Cue Blog

Character and Values | Elementary (K-5th) | Featured | Fight For The Heart

What You and Your Kids Need to Know About True Confidence

I look at my pint-sized kid and wish I could instantaneously transfer forty-plus years of hard-won (though certainly not perfected) confidence straight into his heart and mind. Read More
Raising Future Adults: How the Role Changes for Autism Parents | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Special Topics

Raising Future Adults: How the Role Changes for Autism Parents

For our son, being autistic is all he’s ever known. Autism is his normal. When God esteems him as, “wonderfully and fearfully made,” my child isn’t broken. I am.  Our… Read More
5 Things We've Learned from a Year of Pandemic Parenting | Parent Cue Blog

Current Events | Featured | Special Topics

5 Things We’ve Learned from a Year of Pandemic Parenting

It’s true now more than ever: the mental health of our family matters. We’re all stressed. And we all need time for lighthearted play, the freedom to roam around, and… Read More
How to Have a Healthy Disagreement with Your Child | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Mental Health

How to Have a Healthy Disagreement with Your Child

As children get older, addressing the conflict gets a little more complicated, and it’s easier for frustration and even anger to arise. Read More
5 Tips to Survive Your Preschooler’s Tough Questions | Parent Cue Blog

Birth - 5 years | Featured

How to Survive Your Preschooler’s Tough Questions

Please tell me I’m not the only one who gets caught unawares by their preschooler’s seemingly innocent—yet loaded—questions. In theory, my five-year-old’s question was an easy one to answer, but… Read More
Will This Ever Get Easier | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Mental Health | Self Care

Will This Ever Get Easier?

The bad days won’t always last. They can’t. There can be no darkness without the existence of its counterpart — light. Read More
The Dreams I Had for My Child Aren't Coming True | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Imagine The End

The Dreams I Had for My Kid Aren’t Coming True

If you’ve been a parent for longer than fifteen minutes, you know that when it comes to predicting the future for your kid, your expectations matter about as much as… Read More