Broken toys, we all have them, lets face it and with that we often have the children who cannot let go of them. As a mother, I have noticed our children react to letting go of things differently. Each one has their own way of dealing with loss and separation; this can also flow into when it is time to clean up their room.
Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Caretakers, have you ever wanted a way to get your little ones to help you pick up the house without slowing you down or getting in the way? As a parent, myself, and someone who used to run a nursery full of little ones; I came up with a few little games to help you all along the way. The is great for those who have children ages 2-7.
Here is a HUGE list of things I have come across in the last couple of days that I think will be helpful for many families these activities, tours, exercises, classes, book readings and more are great for connecting you as a family and help pass the time. Over the next couple of days and weeks I will be making a lot of these posts, to help out families who are not used to homeschooling their kids, and may need a bit more in the resource department.
I am now 36 years old and about to turn 37, I have a 16 almost 17 year old daughter and I am starting to see myself and things differently in the world around us. I have talked before about self love, but how can one truly do that and make that message loud and clear, without embracing everything about themselves? Then it came to me, if I am to teach this to my daughter and have her fully believe it, I need to embrace all of me… White/ Grey hair & all!
It can be daunting trying to figure out what it is you want to do with your life, where you are to go next, and hoping with everything you have that your future will be a promising one.
Sometimes when you are a parent you run into some really gross situations, which often involve some type of bodily function. I cannot tell you how many times as a mom I have been used as a personal tissue and or napkin. Despite all of my efforts to try and teach these children of mine that…