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It's every parent's version of a rock and a hard place.
behavior and discipline
... and now I'm focusing on letting her be little.
Two words: student loans.
It's hard to take life for granted while your little sister fights for hers in the NICU.
"I don't feel like talking about Frozen today."
Prepare to be inspired.
Someone get this mom a puppy!
It's a new chapter for both of us, and I don't want to turn the page.
We complain that kids are growing up too fast, and yet shame them when they want to engage in an age-appropriate activity?
It’s about setting him up to be self-sufficient down the line.
It's up to me to see him for who he is, and respond to him with clear eyes and an open heart.
They may be too cool for most things, but no one is too cool for Disneyland.
behavior and discipline
#1: If we want good kids, we have to be good people.
I may be a "conscious codependent," but I'm working on that for the sake of my son.
Because understanding them is the first step towards controlling them.
Because life is about living, not watching.
Because let's face it, without our guidance it would be like Lord of the Flies on the playground.
I’m perfectly fine with assuming the role of the “bad guy” if it helps my son avoid a potentially dangerous situation.
Fishing poop out of the bathtub. Eating cold, rubbery meals. And wondering what you ever did to get so lucky.
Number 9: Knowing I'll only do it once puts everything in perspective.
"Your job is to teach me, not boss me around." Whoa. Game-changer.
Studies say religion can increase longevity and raise children's GPA's.
It's the little things that add up in the end.
I'm only one person, and sometimes one kid's needs comes before the other's.
He’s right on the edge of this new stage of childhood, both feet ready to jump right in ...
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