mom and me journal. write letters back and forth, (ask them a question, answer their question) leave under pillows... i LOVE this idea!!!

Mama and Me Journal. Great way to communicate about things kids might not want to say in person.

So cool...Write notes back forth with your child. Leave it on their bed, when they have a chance, they write back and leave it on your bed. How neat would it be to have those notes to look back on? I can only imagine how special this will be!

Cute! Traveling parents leave notes wishing kids a good morning, "a reminder that even when I’m far away I still love you, miss you, and am thinking of you!"

this would be great for kids being born in the last couple of years. maybe great grands?

Home Alone Rules iMOM I know I am not here yet, but for those of you out there with children older than me, here you go!!!!

Guidelines for Life Skills. Skills by age and how your kids can help with the housework.

Clean Room Checklist

Ok this is seriously the best thing I've seen! I'm totally doing this when my daughter is bigger

Attachment parenting

For my son -age 17 and my only child - in a few weeks will be leaving to college on the east coast (I am on the west coast)

Miss Poppins: Teaching Children Calming Techniques Using Bedtime YOGA Story

101 Summer Activities for Kids - Summer Survival Cheat Sheet for Moms. Since I plan on taking a leave of absence this summer for our kids, I will be using this!

Solution for Kid’s Messes | How to Organize your Home, Family, and Life | The Organized Mom

Guidelines for Leaving Kids Home Alone with Printable via Thirty Handmade Days

Great post about foster care, why it's worth it even though it's challenging and emotionally hard.

10 Steps to Teaching Your Child to Read - I Can Teach My Child!


10 Useful Tips To Deal With A Highly Emotional Child...Though emotional outbursts are a part of growing up, sometimes dealing with an emotional child can leave you feeling frustrated. Here we present you ten effective ways on how to deal with emotional kids:

When a child looks at a big mess, they have a difficult time breaking it down into smaller, more achievable goals. All they see is this one, huge, insurmountable task that leaves them feeling that it's just too much. Breaking it down is a learned...

Guidelines for Sleep from