The quote that helped this parent guide her children to take responsibility for their actions.
If there was ever a holiday to make traditions for children it’s Christmas Eve.
We have to learn how to appreciate our imagination. We all have it. We may think we don’t, but we do. Without even realizing it, you use it. Everyday. The more it’s acknowledged and recognized, the more it’s used. The more it’s used, the more our lives can change.
Life is busy. After school is busy. Keeping up with activities after school is busy. Coming home after work is busy...
Battling the criticism of stay-at-home parents vs. working parents.
Will you seize the moment if it means your child will be embarrassed or even get in trouble at school, or will you not? “Should I get my child to take responsibility for something that was his fault? But he’ll get in trouble at school if he admits to it. He learned from it, so we should just move on. I don’t have the time to deal with it.”
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.”
Ever wonder what to do with all those wonderful and well-received holiday cards? The birthday cards and lovely Thank You cards? Wait! Don’t throw them away. Send them here and help others!
Holiday cheer, Santa is near! A children’s Christmas poem.
Paris-Fallen But Not Down… “Our citizens did not have to say a word when passing one another at a store, the post office, or even a street corner - we all knew what each other were feeling - a deep sorrow we had never experienced. We hugged each other with our eyes and held the precious families affected with this tragic loss in our hearts.”
Helping children believe in themselves.
Date night… with your child? Spending quality one-on-one time with your child, and the benefits of doing so.
The skills that art enhances in a child’s life is more than just drawing.
Get to know Debbie Caldwell, co-creator of Harry Pierre & PeTunia, a little better! Read about her dedication to children and parents. http://mom-spot.com/meet-debbie-caldwell-developer-harry-pierre-petunia-puddlesworth/
Welcome to Puddlesworth Cafe! A place where everyone who loves helping children can meet, chat, and share. So grab cup of your favorite drink and enjoy reading.
Here at Puddlesworth Cafe we wish to emphasize the imagination and creativity for parents and for children with a blog or two of personal wisdom experiences. We welcome any comments that will help us assist you in making children’s lives richer while making them believe they are what they are – beautiful and unique in their own special way!
That's why we believe so strongly in our vision statement: Our vision is for all children to feel the joy in believing in themselves, the excitement of believing in the power of the imagination, and the wonders of feeling compassion and kindness.
The creators of this team wish to thank you for stopping by and supporting their commitment to children.
Please check out our product page. Our DVD The Beginning encourages kindness, respect, manners, intellectual stimulation, sharing, actions and their consequences, responsibility, art enrichment, academics, listening comprehension, and more.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you again here at Puddlesworth Cafe!
--- Debbie, Gladys, and Jim