The United States is the only country with a known birthday. - James G. Blaine Starting our 4th of July early this year! Thanks to Welch's Fruit Snacks, Paige 9 years old, created the most delicious patriotic inspired dessert. Below you will see her artwork of the American Flag and beautiful fireworks! Also to help … Continue reading Making Independence Day Fun!
Children are afraid of many things as they grow up. Many parents report night time fears as one of the main reasons they have a hard time getting their little ones to sleep at night. Being afraid of the dark is a normal part of child development and parents should learn to give children comfort … Continue reading Mom, I’m Scared of the Dark!
*This section of my blog will help parents find great children books for all ages. My daughter Paige, 9 and my son Paxton, 8 will be helping me to write reviews from a child’s perspective. I must say this book warmed my heart. I had a “stick thingy” when I was a child, so I … Continue reading The Daring Prince Dashing – Marilou Reeder
*This section of my blog will help parents find great children books for all ages. My daughter Paige, 9 and my son Paxton, 8 will be helping me to write reviews from a child’s perspective. So besides the fact that there is an elephant on the cover of this book, I was so drawn to … Continue reading Red, Yellow, Blue & A Dash of White Too! – C.G. Esperanza
Anywhere you go these days, you will find a screen- phone, tablet, computer, or some other device. I was sitting in the doctor’s office when my daughter was young, and I realized that every toddler, child and adult in the waiting room had some kind of device in their hands. Wow, really out of like … Continue reading Screen Time & Children- Are We Losing the Battle?
One day in session, I had a teenage client ask me if I yelled at my children. I looked at her with all honesty and said “No, I have no reason to.” She looked at me a little perplexed, as if to say there is no way that is true. But it absolutely is 100% … Continue reading Does Yelling At Kids, REALLY Work?