I can't have my daughter thinking that her value is just in a pretty face.
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The audience is taken on a journey through the enchanted forest as Elsa, Anna, Kristof, and Olaf each learn what their destinies are.
As the weather turns colder, this mama of 3 has to get creative to keep those little ones busy without overusing screen time.
This morning my son was arguing with me about whether or not I heard him toot. Yes, this was a real conversation in our house today. And honestly, I’m better for it.
I have met and taught hundreds of elementary age students and parented two of them. I've had a few entertaining encounters as I came to a realization about a life skill I needed to explicitly teach my students (or offspring).
While I was a clueless first-time potty trainer (and had some anxiety over that), my son was telling me that he’s capable of listening to his body.
Before my son, I spent over eight years as a full-time nanny and two years as a behavioral therapist. I have always loved research and gathering information, and I think that quest for knowledge has naturally made its way into my parenting style.
How can I teach him to be a calm, patient driver when I'm literally the worst version of myself behind the wheel?
My busy working mother cooked and prepared most meals from scratch, but when she needed to feed us in a pinch it often consisted of opening some cans or putting together a ready meal.