Marriage and Civilization (2014), by William Tucker, is a worthwhile book for many reasons. Among them is a mention of something that I have not heard anywhere else — the “Family Wage” agreement. The “family wage” emerged in the late 19th century to allow women to withdraw from the workforce. To unregulated capitalism, men, women,Continue reading “The “Family Wage””
Three new churches a day are being built in Russia.
Allyson Rowe, who looked in danger of becoming a professional “Season of Singleness” coach in the manner of Wendy Griffith or Mandy Hale, has recently joined the New Wives club. Now go make some babies.
I guess there is a genre of young mostly Christian women making videos about how to be a better wife, and they are all at least an 8/10. Some of their advice is a little floppy, but if you start with the idea of “what can I do for my husband and family” it isContinue reading “More Advice on How To Be a Good Wife”
Mostly, husbands don’t need that much care. They can take care of themselves. Sometimes, women who want to be good wives go a little overboard in husband-care. That excess energy eventually goes into childcare. Nevertheless, this wife has the right idea, which is: Be productive. Do something beneficial to others.Don’t make problems. Don’t consume tooContinue reading “10 Things Every Wife Needs to Do For Her Husband”
If you start looking into what is actually in those vaccines, you soon find that they contain all kinds of unhealthy stuff, not really related to the vaccine itself. Thus, it should be no surprise that the result of injecting all kinds of unhealthy stuff into your babies is that they have all kinds ofContinue reading “Health Problems Among Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated Children”
In the interest of providing good examples, here is a video from YT about “how to be a good wife.” Because, if you are not a good wife, then you are probably a bad wife, making some guy miserable for no good reason. I haven’t watched this video, but this woman is apparently a homeschoolingContinue reading “Wife of 25 Years Shares Her Wisdom”
Here are two books from the past, recently updated. I haven’t read them, but they seem to be popular in Christian circles today. The first is Beautiful Girlhood (1922), by Mabel Hale. It is available in Kindle edition for $0.99 here. It was updated by Karen Andreola, available here. The second is Winsome Womanhood (1900),Continue reading “Beautiful Girlhood, Winsome Womanhood”
In the TJed homeschooling method, which is very ambitious, “Scholar phase” includes about 5000-8000 hours of study of high-quality materials. Most people never get this, even those that go to top boarding schools and universities. So, it is recommended that parents who take this seriously give themselves the kind of education that they want toContinue reading “5000 Hours”
The duties of a first-class mother of infants and toddlers are, for the most part, not so hard. You mostly just feed them and change their diapers. It doesn’t have the complexity and subtlety of homeschooling. Nevertheless, here are some principles, for the period from birth to about the fifth birthday: Breastfeed. If you aren’tContinue reading “Raising Infants and Toddlers”