I don't have "traditional" girls in my house. My older daughter wants nothing to do with any clothing that's even remotely girly, but she loves to draw and do crafts. My younger daughter likes to participate in sports that are traditionally thought of as boys' sports, but the more sparkles she has on her clothes, the better. But, no matter how non-traditional my girls may be, they are still girls.
Girls tend to process things differently than boys. They tend to be more sensitive and more relational. My younger daughter has lots of friends who are boys, and there's a noticeable difference in how she approaches things. So, as the mom of girls, even not-so-traditional ones, I'm always on the lookout for great resources that will help me raise them.
Today, I want to introduce you to the MOD (Mothers of Daughters) Squad blog. This blog addresses just about everything related to raising girls to become Christ-followers. Whether you have toddlers or teens, you'll find something you can relate to on this blog.
And, today, I'm privileged to be sharing about what we do when our daughters take us down the paths that we never thought we would take. Hop on over and check out my post, "How Did I End Up Here?" You can also check out their Facebook page and join in the discussions on raising girls.