Do we say yes or no to technology for the kiddos? It is my honor to welcome my special guest, Eduardo Henrique. App developers want to engage clients so they interact with their app while keeping their interest. Your audience plays a big factor into how you want to engage them. PlayKids is designed to … Continue reading Why You Should Rethink Screen Time With Your Kids
I was talking on the phone to a teacher about a client we both share and she was asking me if all boys seem angrier to me these days. I pondered her question and answered, “yeah it does seem that we are seeing a rise in angry boys.” When I got off the phone, I … Continue reading Anger in Boys
Yes the best words ever: School is in! Okay maybe not. I know in my home we are all ready with supplies and new lunch kits but really our attitude is like “oh no school is in”. One of my neighbors observed all the children getting on the school bus and as the last kid … Continue reading Back to School… Already?
I love the Olympics. I love to watch the Olympics. Since I was a little child, I always was fascinated at the skill, dedication and determination that it takes to become an Olympic athlete. I, of course, had dreams of playing volleyball in the Olympics, until I realized that I was not at all as … Continue reading Rio – Following Your Dreams
Every parent gets this wonderful opportunity to teach our children how to use the Potty. It is funny my children who are now 8 and 9, would prefer that I not use the “Potty” word when I refer to the bathroom. Children and parents experience potty training in many different ways. Many parents can’t remember … Continue reading It’s Time to Potty Train
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!
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?
Powerful Peaceful Parenting What Does That Mean? When I decided to sit down and write a parenting book, I prayed about what my message would be to parents. You see I am a busy mom of two and I understand that no parent wants someone else telling them how to raise their children. As a … Continue reading Powerful, Peaceful, Parenting.