Today, every child needs to be prepared for the time when they’ll accidentally be exposed to pornography, which can cause distress and isolation behaviors in children…. “Crash and tell” is a common method to teach. But often, children are ashamed of telling or scared of what will happen, so
Welcome to our Parenting page. Enjoy motherhood advice on navigating children’s various ages and stages, tips for education, and ideas for home management. This list highlights our most popular posts, or scroll down for the most recent tips.
Written by: Jessica Watson
I don’t know about you but I’ve redesigned our chore chart more times than I can count. This summer, I’ve finally found an easy way to mix up our regular chore chart and get the kids motivated to help around the house. We’ve snuck in a few extra chores and the kids still think it’s all part of the summer fun!
If your kids want to do chores about as much as you want to clean up the trail of …
When I returned to work following the birth of my first son, I never even considered hiring a nanny. I had several reasons – primarily vouchers through my work that enabled me to put my son in a center right near my office. However, if I am being honest, I…
In 12 weeks, our cute little family of three will become a family of four. As the proud aunt to six adorable nieces and nephews (and a quasi-aunt to countless friends’ kids), I’ve witnessed the addition of a new baby to a family… many, many times, and have come up
High School is over and your graduate is probably going on senior trips and relaxing for the summer. Did they really graduate? Where did that time go? It seems like yesterday you were helping them with their homework and teaching them how to drive.
I’ve thought a lot about this
Learning how to help children identify emotions isn’t something most parents research a lot unless their children have a challenge with it. But, the earlier we can help our kids recognize what they’re feeling, the sooner we can work with them on appropriate ways to express how… they’re feeling.
It can be tough to feel like you have a solid routine during the summer when the kids are out of school and between activities. If it’s not time for summer camp…, it means the kids are at home and yearning for something to occupy those long days. While
Looking for tips on how to get your children to clean their room? You’ve come to the right place. With just a few simple steps, you will be able to see your kids’ floor and walk into their rooms without stepping on LEGOS.
8 Tips on How to Get Your
It is a well – known fact that keeping a household in an impeccable condition… can be a very challenging mission. Things are getting even more complicated when you have a full – time job, a lot of personal errands to run and kids who create clutter right after you
Routines work. This is true not only for the school year, but also for the summer. Just because your kids are home for the summer does not mean your house needs to be in a constant state of chaos. Set up a routine…. It does take a little