"Trust that you are an amazing kid without needing to promote yourself or exaggerate a single thing." — Read on redtri.com/things-my-son-needs-to-know-before-middle-school/
Newsletter of 'good news' for children created by my 10-year-old to spread some cheer!
Looking at the pandemic through my 10-year-old's eyes! https://youtu.be/VakzS49SaSs
Shared from a friend's FB timeline.
During my 9 years of motherhood there have been some instances where I have questioned my parenting decisions and asked myself if certain outcomes could have been different if I had tried another approach. At times I have self-doubt, guilt and parental anxiety caused by reading about today's most pressing issues harming our children. In … Continue reading Simplifying parenting
My son is in elementary school and every time we receive a birthday party invite, looking for an unique and interesting gift is a struggle. Children these days mostly have everything, so to find a book, toy or a game which is appropriate for the age group as well as relevant and creative, is always … Continue reading Unique and interesting gifts for children
This morning I came across a video talk of President Obama in Oakland with NBA player Steph Curry to mark the fifth anniversary of My Brother's Keeper, an initiative started by the Obamas after the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. They both addressed a roomful of boys and during the Q&A session, when … Continue reading What does it mean to be a man
Years ago, I was watching a television show where a group of children 4-8 years of age where asked candidly about what they thought love is? All their answers were interesting and funny, but one little boy's answer was different and interesting, he said, 'it's love when Mommy gives Daddy the best piece of chicken … Continue reading Love
I absolutely love this poem by Leo Buscaglia! To be able to listen without judging, interrupting or advising is such a wonderful skill to develop, I hope I can imbibe this in my conversations. Please Listen When I ask you to listen to me and you start giving me advice, you have not done what … Continue reading Simple yet difficult