The quote that helped this parent guide her children to take responsibility for their actions.
Valentine’s Day is a day for love. But when your family receives so much love every other day of the year, how do you make this day – memorable...
Life is busy. After school is busy. Keeping up with activities after school is busy. Coming home after work is busy...
Teachers are wonderful, but sometimes they just can’t say to parents what they may be feeling. If teachers could talk, would they say this?
Are we nagging our children, or are we teaching responsibility?
Mommy, what is Thanksgiving?” “Daddy, why did the Pilgrims leave their country?”
“Why do we eat turkey?” A brief and easy read for a Thanksgiving description.
Summer Fun! Keeping children happy, healthy, and challenged during the summer months.
“Okay, how would you like to use your imagination?” In a heartbeat, they all retrieved iPads and/or expensive phones from their backpacks and started playing games – alone. She stated it was as if they were all inside of their own little bubble. They didn’t look at each other. They didn’t laugh with each other. They didn’t want to play together. The only talk around the table was who had the nicest phone and iPad.
Helping children dream big! “We do our best to guide and love and nurture and support our children and their dreams. Possibly, somewhere along the way without realizing it we either squash their dreams, try to tell them about a better dream, or ignore the excitement of their enthusiasm all together.”
How do you help your child understand jealousy and its consequences? How do we guide our children to support others instead of feeling jealous?