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Radiant Hearts Program: Guest Post on Enable Me to Grow

Radiant Hearts Treasure Chest TreasuresWould you like a way to talk to your child about patience?  Or activities to help him learn about friendliness?
Are you looking for a prayertime routine that you and your little one both enjoy?

If so, then check out the “Radiant Hearts” program!  My little Monkey and I have been using it for nearly six months, and we absolutely love it.  It is the only program I have found geared towards children under 5 years old.

To find out more, read our guest post on the Enable Me to Grow website.  This is a fabulous site full of ideas and inspiration for nurturing yourself and your child spiritually.  I am so honored to be working with them and excited to be sharing their amazing work with you all.

Read the full post here:

Our Experience with Radiant Hearts: Guest Post on the Enable Me to Grow website

This post has been shared at Taming the Goblin’s Kids Co-op, One Creative Mommy’s One Creative Weekend, Chicken Scratch’s What’s Cluckin, and Science Sparks’ Fun Sparks, and My Life’s a Treasure’s Our Favorite Things Link Party.

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2 comments on “Radiant Hearts Program: Guest Post on Enable Me to Grow

  1. Great review. Thanks for sharing at my Our Favorite Things Link Party. I agree it’s hard to find activities for kids under 5. Thanks again.

    • Thanks, Karri! Yes, it seems like little ones are often just sent to the nursery or given toys to play with. I was so happy to find something systematic that was taught at their level. Thank you for the visit and for hosting the Link Party!

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