Children thrive on repetition and routine. Traditions don’t need to be fancy to be exciting. family game night. dessert. pancake day. schedule in 15 min per kid per day just for play. birthdate date night. Each month on the number of their birthdate, each child gets a special date night. Making the most of my time means including them as I complete my to-do list… well worth it. Time together in the car. Read books, sings songs, talk, but turn off the TV. THIS IS A GREAT POST TO READ!
Resource list for dealing with parenting anger and finding positive parenting tools
10 Things Not to Say to Your Kids - just interesting food for thought on how we phrase things in general.--i need to work on this!!
This is a great article..How can you connect with your kids when you’re totally tapped out?
67 Books Every Parent Should Read to Their Kids Before Age 10.
I AM SO DOING THIS! "Following my high school graduation ceremony my dad handed me a bag with a copy of Oh the Places You’ll Go, by Doctor Seuss inside. I open it up and on the first page I see a short paragraph written by none other than my kindergarten teacher. My dad tells me “Every year, for the past 13 years, since the day you started kindergarten I’ve gotten every teacher, coach, and principal to write a little something about you inside this book."