Monthly Archives: November 2014

Less Stress

Less Stress

  “Be gentle with the young.” Good Morning! This week is going to be a hectic week.  I have two of my daughters plus one fiancé and one boyfriend coming in for Thanksgiving.  ( Sadly the other daughter and husband are unable to join us this year…), so my quiet house is going to be transformed into

Loving Your Child

Loving Your Child

  Children desperately need to know – and to hear in ways they understand and remember – that they’re loved and valued by mom and dad. Paul Smally Good Morning! All parents are busy.  Whether you work outside of the house or in the house you are busy. There are children to feed, laundry to

How Your Child Is Unique

How Your Child Is Unique

  “Look Beyond Motherhood and Parenting; Focus on the uniqueness of every Child.” ― Jaachynma N.E. Agu, RISK IT, BE DIFFERENT! Good Morning! Every child is unique. We hear that and we know it and we try to believe it, but…we still compare. “That child is saying more words.”  “That child is already walking.” “That child has

Children and Holidays

Children and Holidays

“The surest way to a child’s heart is to spend time with them.” ― Kevin Heath   Good morning! The holiday season is fast approaching.  Next week is Thanksgiving and then the mad rush begins.  Presents to buy, houses to decorate, parties to attend, cookies to bake, and the list seems endless.   We are all

Unconditional Love

Unconditional Love

  “Even though you can’t control outcomes for your child, you can parent unconditionally with all your heart.” ― Lisa Coyne, The Joy of Parenting: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Guide to Effective Parenting in the Early Years Good Morning! I am back from my trip to Seattle and although the time just flew by, I had

Your Child’s Future

Your Child’s Future

  “The miracle of children is that we just don’t know how they will change or who they will become.” ― Eileen Kennedy-Moore, Smart Parenting for Smart Kids: Nurturing Your Child’s True Potential Good Morning! Today’s quote seems so logical and so simple, yet as a young mom I somehow failed to really believe it. I let

How To Win An Argument With Your Child…

How To Win An Argument With Your Child…

  “This is not a contest with your child. The winner is not the one with more points. The winner is the one whose child still loves them when they graduate from high school.” ― Martin L. Kutscher, ADHD – Living Without Brakes Good Morning! As I have said many, many times, parenting is hard.  Parenting a

Parenting Answers

Parenting Answers

    Your instincts will tell you the answer to your question, but it’s up to you to listen to it or not. Sonya Parker Why are moms so hard on themselves?  Why are we always questioning the way we parent, always looking for the “better” way?  Why are we so concerned with getting it

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