Teaching children the right thing to do or say versus the wrong thing to do or say can be be tricky. First of all, we all need to know right from wrong before we even attempt to teach our children what is right and what is wrong. How do we determine right from wrong? Ask... Continue Reading →
What a year! I know it has been a while since I have posted! It has been an overwhelming year, but I am back! Let’s talk about all that has happened with education, socialization, and the impact this year has made on you and your family. Write a comment, write me an email, post a... Continue Reading →
You are more important than you think!
Your children will become what they learn from you.
The Movie: Amazingly Interesting!
It amazes me that this one person did everything he could to make a difference in this world. I must say that this is a BIG deal, especially in today's society. We all need to learn at least one lesson from Mister Fred Rogers or from this movie. "Being a parent does not mean being... Continue Reading →
...if you are giving in to your child, you may be teaching them a lesson you do not want them to learn. Let's think about it. If you first say no, then your NO must remain as a NO! If your child is pressuring you to give in OR constantly whining or crying OR constantly... Continue Reading →
Questions or comments about parenting?
Do you have any stories about your children? Do you have any insight to share about parenting? Do you have any questions you may need answers to in order to get a different viewpoint about things in general or about something specific? We, as parents, need to work together to be the best parent we... Continue Reading →
Caring Enough to Notice
If we really care about raising our children to be the best part of us, then, as parents, we must care about everything in their lives and make sure we pay attention to every little moment. We are all so busy in our own lives; working, paying bills, hobbies/activities, visiting family and/or friends, school, shopping,... Continue Reading →
Does every kid deserve a prize?
I read an article All Is Not Fair by Karin Fuller on familycircle.com in 2011. The reason why I feel the need to discuss this now, in 2017, is I feel that it is still important in our world today. It is definitely something, we as parents, need to consider or think about when having our... Continue Reading →
So many school supplies are requested at this time of the year! Does your child have to purchase school supplies? Are they given a list of specific items to buy? For all the schools that do ask for basic school supplies (notebooks, folders, pencils, pens, paper, etc.) some parents feel that the school supply list... Continue Reading →