Many of us hate being busy, but we all busy people in one manner or another. Just think about how hectic every day can be. We wake up at crazy hours with our feet burning, hoping we don’t stumble upon an obstacle we can’t bypass. We arrive at work late or, we don’t show up at all because we’re so behind schedule. We spend so much time at our jobs that we could be using our time for exercise. Or, we spend so much of our money shopping and stressing over how much we need to pay back home. Then we go home and try to hang out with our kids before sending them off to school. Continue reading
Usually, parents do not have to worry about enrolling their child in a kindergarten class until he or she is just over the elementary grades. But, before the kindergarten hurdles, parents can choose one or more kindergarten teachers they feel are competent.
Once you choose a kindergarten teacher, expect certain things. And, if you decide to take your preschooler to an experienced kindergarten teacher, realize you are signing up for some extra work. Continue reading
It has been two weeks since my toddler decided she would no longer tolerate being fed anything but cereal and juice. (She has been either a picky eater or too finicky to eat most solid foods for the past year and a half.) I’ve been feeling a little overwhelmed by it all, and I don’t blame her. It’s become a daily challenge to get her to consume something other than what she feels comfortable eating. Continue reading
A baby’s quilt is a stately symbol of love. The materials for a baby quilt should be of high quality, but choosing a baby quilt pattern can be challenging. Here are six things to consider before completing a baby quilt pattern. Continue reading
“As long as children live under the sharing rule their entire lives, they will never be free”
-Friedrich Alb college.
All young children, despite their obvious ability, are naturally greedy. They just need to be reminded of the “sharing rule”. Continue reading