For parents of only children sharing is something that requires a combination of some persistence, fortitude, and a healthy amount of patience.
That lesson is sharing. Sharing is defined in the … [Read More...]
Help Your Teen Stress Less at School
Students are reporting higher levels of stress than ever before. The weight of their future world weighs daily on their slumping shoulders. And well-meaning … [Read More...]
Camp Rolling Hills is the perfect book for tweens 9-13. It would be a very good book if you are about to go to overnight camp for the first time. This book is about a certain group of kids going to … [Read More...]
Close your eyes and picture that sweet, little bundle of a girl you had twelve, thirteen, fifteen years ago—that tiny little thing you used to hold, oh, so close and hug and kiss a million times a day … [Read More...]
“I don’t want to go with him,” my 17-year-old daughter said.
“Then tell him ‘no’.” I told her.
“Then he’ll think I don’t want to go,” she said.
“But you don’t want to go.”
“But I don’t … [Read More...]
My summer reading list included a book suggested by a friend of mine who knows I care a lot about raising kids in today's confusing culture. The title: American Girls: Social Media and the Secret … [Read More...]
It's our last giveaway from the gift guide! We hope you've gotten lots of great ideas and are filling your lists!
We have another design from Simply Janelle Designs... this one is her custom photo … [Read More...]
Getting Your Teen Comfortable in the Kitchen!
One thing that many young adults realize once they’re out on their own is that they have absolutely no idea how to cook. Many teens grow up either going … [Read More...]
Suicide entered my life kind of the way spring enters with the change of seasons, in like a lion out like a lamb. Its grip caught hold of someone I loved and used all its power and might to try and … [Read More...]