Unity! What is it? It is the ability to put aside our small differences for our common goals – Our Folk. We have all attended gatherings of our people and it seems the only thing we have in common is alcohol & gossiping! We are destroying ourselves, we do to ourselves worse than what the enemy could do to us. What is the solution? First as individuals we must keep an open mind, for you cannot take in new ideas with a closed mind. We must educate ourselves! Read! Read! Take in as much knowledge as possible, with both literature of our people & the enemy, in this way you get to know the way they think and act. Ask questions, the people to ask are our POWs and PPs, these men & women are very intelligent and have a great desire to help our people.
Now to families. They are the backbone of the movement. They are the future of our Folk. In the last few generations we lost our family bonding, we come from broken homes, single parent homes, and working parents. We have lost contact with our extended family.
Our sexuality has been distorted, women have become emasculated. They have been taught that they are no longer needed in the home as wives and mothers. They have been forced to compete with men for the males’ jobs. This is shameful! Men have become effeminate, they are taught wives’ skills and [...]
Vitamin A is very important for keeping your child’s immune system strong and healthy, it can help their vision in dimly lit area’s and it supports healthy skin. Good food sources for Vitamin A are milk, cheese and eggs. Foods such as carrots, green leafy vegetables, red peppers and apricots contain beta-carotene, which the body can turn into vitamin A.
Vitamin C helps maintain healthy tissue in your child’s body. Our bodies can’t store vitamin C, so you need to get some every day. Young children, who can be fussy eaters, might not get enough from their diet alone so make sure they are getting it in whatever way possible. You can find vitamin C in lots of foods, including peppers, broccoli, oranges and sweet potatoes. From the start try and get your children to eat their fruits and vegetables to avoid fussy eaters.
Vitamin D helps your body absorb the calcium it needs without one another they are no good, keeping your children’s bones and teeth healthy. Babies born with low levels of vitamin D will sometimes develop softened bones, which can lead to rickets. The best source of vitamin D is summer sunlight which is great if you live in a warmer climate, but it can be hard to get enough in other parts of the wordl to last through the winter months, so a vitamin supplement may be required.
As much as abstinence is the right route for some people, a lot of teens don’t want to wait to have sex until they’re ready to have a baby. Puberty brings with it a lot of sexual feelings, and many choose to have sex for the first time during their teenage years, would you as a parent of a daughter allow them to use birth control to avoid a teenage pregnancy? Would you put them on it prior to losing their virginity? My Mother gave birth to me 5 months after her 17th birthday and in-turn my sister gave birth to her daughter when she was also 17, we never had the birds and bees conversation and in Europe we didn’t have sex education in school, so what is the route you as a parent take in regards to your teenagers and sex? HomeFront
Margy Button: All I can say is thank the gods I have boys and don’t have to pain over this. I have already had the birds and the bees talk with them and stressed the need for ‘protection’ should they find themselves doing more than holding hands!
Spring Towry: I put my daughter on it at 17. It was as a precaution and also for her heavy periods. We had a pregnancy scare and that was enough. Teens like to say they are not active but I know that is a lie. BC is not a permission slip it’s a just in case [...]
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Thanks for the printable version, its nice to not have to read it on the computer. Reader from Canada
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Hey, thanks for this great resource! There’s something here for everyone–even though my kids are 18 and 16, I found several helpful tips (especially in the summer issue). Reader from Chicago.
This is a WONDERFUL publication. I can say that seeing as I’m single at the moment, and don’t have any kids, that I don’t usually look at these types of publications- However, I have two wonderful Nieces that have stolen my heart, and I will forward this link to my Sister-in-law! I’m sure she’ll be able to find something useful in there for little Vivian and Lilly. This is a very well-done publication, and I think that Homefront will continue to get better with each new issue. Reader from Nebraska..
Well – my Mom got a chance to sit and read the whole thing this morning and she calls up, crying! “I’m so proud of you girls, I wish things like this had been around for me when I was struggling with 4 kids and a truck driver husband who was home once a month!” There’s nothing like hearing something [...]