Good morning everyone! I have not written in a few weeks and honestly I have missed it! Writing, sharing and reading other people’s blogs is something I think I long for, writing is an outlet for me, not matter what it is about and so obviously that’s why I have a blog 😉But anyways, I… Continue reading Christmas Blessings
Everyone can experience stress no matter what the age. So if you, as an adult, has some stress; imagine what it can feel like as a child to try and handle it. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about stress in children, and information about how you can help your child: Parent's Magazine… Continue reading Children and Stress
Healthy Halloween you ask?? well maybe ... check out these tips below. below is an article that has some wonderful tips to at least try and aim for it be somewhat healthy! 😉 Spectrum Health Health Beat - 5 tips for a healthier Halloween And then information for those kiddos that have allergies, they can… Continue reading Healthy Halloween
So over the years Halloween, has become my least favorite “holiday”. I’m not sure why, I used to love dressing my kids up in costumes and getting FREE candy! But the more I see Halloween decorations, it feels like it just gets more “evil like” every year and that I am not in to! So…
My oldest just turned 13 years old and it was time for us to update and redo her room! Thankfully my hubby is super handy and always has some unique ideas he can do himself and incorporate. For my daughter - she loves sports and to play video games, so he created a fun "game… Continue reading Teen Room Ideas
I never thought that I would have to raise my daughters to know that they are equal with men, deserve the same respect as a man, make the same pay as a man, have the same opportunities as a man, etc. etc. etc. I naively thought that's the way the world would be = everyone… Continue reading Is this really a Man’s world…still today in 2019??
Please check out this video from my FAVORITE Miss Rachel Hollis! It something great for young and old to hear, but defiantly our boys and girls out there that need some extra encouragement about who they are! The 5 points she discusses: 1. Confidence - be who YOU are! Be confident in you and who… Continue reading Big Sister Advice from Rachel Hollis