All Blog Posts Tagged 'mother' (122)

The Mommy Masters® December 2013 Parenting Tip: Reflecting Back…

As we near the end of 2013, it’s a good time to reflect on all our accomplishments and continue to make new goals for 2014.  While I am all for focusing on the positive, I believe we should always try to learn from our mistakes, understand why we made certain choices and create New…

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Added by Ellie Hirsch on December 12, 2013 at 1:48pm — No Comments

School Avoidance (Part 1 of 2)

We have had three calls to our Family Support Line in the last month related to children refusing to go to school. It occurred to me that this might be a good topic to address in the blog. In the twenty years that I have been working with children and families, I have noticed that school avoidance seems to rise around the holidays. I believe there are a few reasons for the peak in school avoidance around this time of year. The first is that the semester is finishing up and the stress…

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Added by Stacy Hladek on November 25, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments

The Magic of Toddlers

August is not only the month that most children return to school, but it is also unofficially National Toddler Month. So it seemed appropriate to blog on something related to toddlers this month. Toddlers are defined as children between the ages of one to three. This is my favorite age group. They are those magical creatures that find awe in everything! Everything is new and exciting to them. They are working on figuring out how to assert their independence, but also want to know that they…

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Added by Stacy Hladek on August 30, 2013 at 1:52pm — No Comments

Midnight Milkshakes, Blanket Forts, and Other Family Fun

One of the best ways to develop relationships and build confidence is to have fun together as a family.  I just discovered there is a month long celebration aimed at that very thing, strengthening families and building healthy, confident kids.  National Family Month is exactly what it sounds like, a celebration of family.   It runs annually from Mother's Day to Father's Day. 

An easy way to have fun with your kids is to remember what you enjoyed when you were their age and then do it…

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Added by Stacy Hladek on June 14, 2013 at 3:50pm — No Comments

Preventing or Decreasing Long-term Problems in Children

Parents/primary caregivers are the most important advocate for their children in all areas of their development, including social-emotional.  May is Mental Health Awareness month.     Children as young as newborns can have social-emotional issues.  Research shows, behavior problems that surface in early childhood are the single best predictor for several long-term outcomes, such as adolescent delinquency, gang involvement, incarceration, substance abuse, divorce, unemployment (Center for…

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Added by Stacy Hladek on May 23, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is May 12th, that is a week from this Sunday.  There are likely to be lots of articles to suggest ways to honor your mom or help your children honor their mom.  I would like to take a different approach and speak to moms directly.  Give yourself permission to pat yourself on the back and to take a break.  Parenting is both the toughest and most rewarding job in the world.  This is a good time to remind moms (fathers too) that you have to fill your own bucket before…

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Added by Stacy Hladek on May 3, 2013 at 4:40pm — No Comments

Realizing... I'm My Mother's Daughter

Hello!

I'm Daechoong Mama. I'm a Korean American and my life is crazytown. Where Korean American meets--> motherhood-->crazy town--> while enjoying life and living in Hawaii!  First off I'd like to explain the blogs titled. In Korean, Daechoong pretty much means:…



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Added by Joy Y on April 19, 2013 at 4:46am — No Comments

Mother Daughter Road Trip & Free V-Day Printables



Hello from Alabama!




Felicity and I have been road tripping across the South the last few days and have spent close to 20 hours in the car.




 We started in Oklahoma and then went through Texas, where we hit some unexpected terrible sleet and icy roads, then made it to Louisiana,…
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Added by InspiredByFelicity on January 22, 2013 at 11:47am — No Comments

Review of Tracks in the Snow, by Sandra H. Esch

Amber Leaf, Minnesota, 1942.

In spite of the hardships of war, young Jo Bremley lives in considerable happiness with her husband and 7-year old daughter. Then one night, influenced by his best friend, Jo’s husband announces that he has decided to join the war. Before he gets a chance to, however, he’s the victim of a snowstorm accident. Now a young widow, Jo tries to make ends…

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Added by Mayra Calvani on October 3, 2012 at 12:15pm — No Comments

6 Ways To Keep Your Children Safe From Sexual Abuse

Millions of children are sexually abused every year. Follow these 6 tips to keep your kids safe.

 have read two powerful articles about child sexual abuse this week. Evolutionary Parenting published an article written by Anonymous about the power of our words and the effects they have when we find out that someone is sexually abusing our child ... you should check it out. The words are…

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Added by Stacy York on September 27, 2012 at 3:24pm — No Comments

Parents? 5 Tips For Raising Your Kids Together

Five tips to be better parents as a married couple. 

When our daughter was two hours old, I looked at my husband and stated matter-of-factly, "You better have a good relationship with her for her entire life because there will come a time that you may be all we have." He just stared at me like I had horns coming out of my head and said, "She's two hours old, how could you possibly be thinking about her future?"

My reply, "Girls are tough to raise. They need strong men…

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Added by Stacy York on September 27, 2012 at 3:20pm — No Comments

How To Show Your Love As A Mother Figure

Do you know the impact that you have on the children in your life?

 

Today is a day of blessings and thankfulness. I get to spend Mother's Day with my very own mother and my fabulous kids, as well as my hubby. As I observe my little family and notice all that I am thankful for, I can't help but think about the many people who walk into my office and lack their own mother to celebrate with.

Yes, we are all born to a "mom." However, there are some…

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Added by Stacy York on September 27, 2012 at 3:09pm — No Comments

Laetitia Jewelry Review

Check out these classic looking handmade jewelry pieces that are reasonable priced for your special day! Check out my review! Laetitia Jewelry Review

Added by Abby Billings on September 26, 2012 at 4:47pm — No Comments

Magnificent Monday - Aahh I Was A Mama

Magnificent Monday - I told the nurse, "no that is not what I want, for my child," and aahh, I was a mama. Mondays throughout September will be devoted to Aahh moments when I discovered some life truth. Today I am exploring the moment I discovered I was a mama, one of my favorite moments in my life.



My husband and I tried for four years to have a child before my teenie bopper was born.  This is not the post to discuss all the doctor's visits, disappointments, medications and…
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Added by Janeane Davis on September 17, 2012 at 8:38am — No Comments

Infinity Friendship Necklace Giveaway!

Check out my latest wedding giveaway! Infinity Friendship Necklace Giveaway

Added by Abby Billings on August 29, 2012 at 3:56pm — No Comments

How Do Women Even Shower When They Have 6 Kids???

I was at the pool this weekend and started talking to a woman holding an infant next to me.  She asked me if he was my first and I told her how he was actually my second.  I asked her the same.  She replied, “Oh no, he’s my sixth.”  I couldn’t hide the shock in my face.  Six kids?  Six???  She didn’t look like a character from a TLC show -  she looked like a woman my age. She had a great haircut, cute bathing suit, and didn’t look frazzled in the least.  How was that possible?  How could she…

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Added by Martinis and Minivans on July 9, 2012 at 11:41am — No Comments

Love From Ashes

I peeked in on my son sleeping this morning, and was aghast at how tall he actually looked lying in bed. He is twelve years old, on the brink of his journey through Junior High, and I can hardly believe how much he's grown. I looked at his feet (now bigger than mine), and his hands (almost bigger than mine), and…

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Added by Sarah Burd on June 28, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments

Mother And Son: breaking away and moving on

My son has a job as a lifeguard this summer, and today I drive him to work. Though he now has his driver’s license, he does not yet have his own car and so for the time being, we must share mine and he is being a good sport about it. I drive slowly; neither of us has an agenda and there are no external distractions. We are simply mother and son, each fully present, as we so often were when he was young; before I became preoccupied with the passing of time and midlife reinvention, and before…

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Added by Amy Ruhlin on June 7, 2012 at 12:30am — No Comments

The Fort Knox Candy Breach

This little Weilk family chronicle takes place about a year ago. To set the scene properly you should probably know that Max and Jake share a room when they're not destroying it with Legos and action figures. Don't get me wrong, we are a very clean family and I make sure the rug-rats properly organize it before they go to bed every night.
Anyway, this particular day I just so happened…
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Added by Jennifer Weilk on March 12, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments

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