I have today published the above post on my blog. It is about how difficult life can be living with a teenager. From experience I would say pick your battles. My daughter and I have been going round in circles for the past year or so yesterday I decided to call a truce with her....I dont know how long its going to last but until we start working… Continue
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I know I shouldn't have but when my daughter pronounced a word wrong I nearly feel off the chair laughing....was this wrong??!!!
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Did I even sleep last night?
That’s what was running through my head as I removed myself from underneath my 2 year old (almost 3) Grandson Brayden. He personally called me last… Continue
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Curating the highest quality learning path has little to do with finding the right search method, but rather the right people. After all, the best free learning content is out there, you just have to know where to find it.
Which brings us to Marie Feehan. Perhaps not a household name in your residence, but the leading lady in at least one, she is a mommy blogger (published to sites like …
Added by Kristin Demidovich on February 11, 2015 at 1:08pm —
Whether you are parenting a child for the first time or you have three or four children you can always benefit from a parenting course to help you improve the way you are raising your children or to help you address a certain problem your child is having. A parenting course is beneficial to parents so they can better develop their techniques for raising their child, but these courses are also beneficial to the children involved and it might be a good idea to involve children in the process… Continue
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Are you trying to constantly find something new for your little one to play with around the house? Are they bored of their own toys already? Do they always touch things they shouldn't? Wouldn't it be nice to have a bit of quiet time play? Today I discovered how we can introduce play and imagination through low budget items and most importantly are safe.
Finding a… Continue
Added by Monica Dubsky on January 24, 2015 at 1:59pm —
I am new to this site, but this is my most recent post on my blog-the guilty mommy. Many moms battle with mommy guilt so my blog hopefully will be a place for people to share their feelings, daily antics, troubles, and even parenting successes without judgement. It is time to stop hiding our mommy guilt and talk about it. http://theguiltymommy.com/random-mommy/dad-much-cooler/
Added by Alison on January 17, 2015 at 10:07am —
As the boys Birthday’s are drawing closer, I am starting to wonder if I actually want to throw a party or not. We have thrown Birthday Parties for the last 7 years. A few have been at our home, and a majority have been at other places. Here’s the thing: When did it become mandatory to throw these shindigs?! They are expensive as all get out!
We have attended a couple of parties here in our new town and, um, they take it up a… Continue
Added by Erin Soto on January 13, 2015 at 1:35pm —
Have you read The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman? I highly recommend the book. The book is helpful for all, married, single, parents, if you have people in your life, you will benefit from reading this book.
The Five Love Languages, author Dr. Gary Chapman explains how people communicate and receive love in different ways, he shares the wonderful things that happen when you learn to speak each other's language.
Chapters are categorized by love… Continue
Added by Jessica Briggs on December 10, 2014 at 4:28pm —
I find that my kids like to know what is planned for the day and week. Even at a young age, ages 3, 5 and 7 like their mother who likes to know what is happening. They do a lot better when they know the plan.
Have you ever had a child have a meltdown when leaving from visiting grandma’s or a friend’s house,… Continue
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