Getting on his level: a behavior experiment

Getting on his level: a behavior experiment

Getting on his level: a behavior experiment It happens every day: I ask my three-year-old to get his shoes, and he’s too lost in a world of car-eating dinosaurs to even notice me. I repeat myself louder, from across the room as I’m trying to wrestle a sweatshirt over...
7 things I want my kids to learn about disabilities

7 things I want my kids to learn about disabilities

7 things I want my kids to learn about disabilities A few days into this school year, I was asking my son about his new preschool classmates. He told me a few names that he could remember, and then he said, “Mom, do you know what? There is one boy in a wheelchair.”...
5 ways to incorporate learning every day

5 ways to incorporate learning every day

5 ways to incorporate learning every day Parenting is busy. There is laundry to wash, food to prepare, work to do, kids to drive around, bills to pay, and countless other important tasks. Every day I find myself with many more things to do on my “would be nice to...
Mom, you’ve got this

Mom, you’ve got this

Mom, you’ve got this Dear Fellow Momma, How are you today? If you’re anything like me, you’re wondering what that brown smudge on the back of your jeans is, and how long it’s been there. You’re counting the hours until bedtime…and feeling a little guilty about it....
5 tips for instilling gratitude

5 tips for instilling gratitude

5 tips for instilling gratitude “What do you say?” I prompt my two little boys regularly. “Thank you,” they quickly respond. They know the drill: when someone gives you something or does something to help you, you say thank you. While I’m happy that my boys express...

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