They open-up when we listen, when we play, when we give them time, and create a space in which they can start a converstation.
Mom feels unsettled about her daughter starting kindergarten in the fall.
By Stacey Conner. I like sweets. I like treating my kids. We often eat sugar, baked goods, and even candy. But some weeks, I feel like it’s inappropriate for me to add a treat onto all the crap they’ve eaten at ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
They teach; they mother. They do it every day, without fail. They take our children, making them their own for the day.
Our kids are using technology in very different ways than we did. The first of a 6 week series on raising digital kids.
Motherhood is about raising–and celebrating- the child you have, not the child you thought you would have.
Summer at my house is defined by the amount of kids hanging out on my porch.
Head lice can run rampant anytime and anywhere.
I have learned to create happiness instead of waiting for it to happen.
How much should I really be giving and taking screen time as a privilege and/or a consequence for behavior?