As a parent, I believe that consistency, mutual respect, and healthy boundaries work together to create a healthy home environment for a child to thrive in. Just as we have to learn our child, our child needs to learn us. How we teach our child to learn us is through being consistent, having limits and setting healthy expectations. These expectations are also rules that have … [Read more...] about A Parent’s Personality Can Clash
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As my kids get older and I start to watch their personalities grow, I find that I question some parenting decisions. I believe every parent questions whether they're doing things right or how certain situations will impact their child's adult life. After all, most parents do worry about how much of an impact their decisions will have on the long term health of their child. I … [Read more...] about Should kids see their parents cry?
How does a work at home mom who has many hats survive April vacation week? Ask me in about four days. No, seriously though, this isn't my first school break week trying to figure out how to juggle the trio while working the multiple tasks I do from home. If you're a work at home parent like me who needs to keep that work flowing even during school break, here are some ways I … [Read more...] about It’s April Vacation Here and This is How I’m Balancing
Sometimes as parents, we can forget to take the time and respond in a positive way when are child needs us. We might react and say, "Stop crying right now!" or leave them to throw a fit and walk away. We have the choice to take the time, help develop that strong relationship and help your child through the situation they are struggling with. Do you react or respond to your … [Read more...] about Do You React Or Respond To Your Child