It’s Parent-Teacher Conference time! Having been on both sides of the table, I have experienced so much over the years. But today, I want to know your REAL thoughts on them; are they worth your time? Do they really give you more insight into what goes into your child’s day? What kinds of questions are you preparing for this 10-15 minute meeting?? This will be
Ok I admit it. I am one of those optimistic people. I live in a world of rainbows, perfect pink roses and a reality where you can dream big dreams. I make lemonade when life hands me lemons and look for the silver linings in dark, cloudy days. Then one day it happened, I couldn’t make it all better, even with a truckload full of
Today’s dilemma: My son started what I thought would be an enrichment summer program today. It’s more like regular school without the recess.(His favorite part of school!) Here’s where the dilemma comes in, he doesn’t want to go back tomorrow. It’s 3 hours long with only a bathroom break. He doesn’t do particularly well sitting for long periods and its mostly listening and completing worksheets.
For the teens and families involved, driving can be a risky business, not to mention all the other drivers on the road. According to the CDC motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens. However, your teen doesn’t need to be another statistic. There are so many easy things you can do before you send that teen out on the open
For my kids lunch has always been a highlight of the day. For moms though sometimes it can be a struggle. Thinking of new recipes, making it nutritious and just figuring out what kids will actually eat can be tough. Today I’ve got some tips to ROCK lunchtime. Keep these 5 tips in mind when packing those boxes: No food is “bad”. Everyone deserves a
Parenting is the most wonderful and thankless position a person can be involved in. It is a 24/7 calling that has its ups and downs, its trials and tribulations, its joys and its sadness but it is the one of things that makes life worth living. Remember there is no one right way to parent but my decade and a half of experience has