We've talked before about how helpful a timer can be in all sorts of parenting situations. I really liked the way Katy (author of Adventures in Parenting) expanded on the examples, so I thought it would be a great time to revisit the topic. We find the homework routine hard to resume after the holiday […]
Tips for helping your kid part with toys he has outgrown.
Heh heh. TMI for some of you, but I love that Amberlynn sent this in.
From May: We just had a power outage the other day and we learned some lessons. 1. When you lose power you also lose heat. 2. Mocking the public service announcements telling you to have a “go bag” ready with enough clothes, diapers, medicines, etc to keep the family going for a couple of days […]
Cynthia’s batch lunch prep makes so much sense, it’s a wonder we aren’t all doing this. We have to bring lunch to daycare 3 days a week. I used to struggle with getting lunches ready in the morning, and with keeping my husband from eating the lunch supplies before I could pack them. Then, I […]