Be involved in your children’s cyber use. It doesn’t have to be daily. Do random “spot” checks on their devices. Our checks normally don’t reveal much other than we let them spend too much time on devices (hangs head in shame). However, if your kids know you have the capability of checking in on a moment’s […]
Author Archive | Anna
Often, atypical kids are more anxious about everyday things that many kids do not even stress about. Prepping him on where he can find the bathroom, when and where he will eat, and how to open his locker will help him feel more comfortable with such a tremendous change in school settings.
I had to feed her love of theater, somehow, some way, but I knew that her two brothers and dad still needed to be fed and the mortgage paid, so off I went in search of more affordable options to quench her thirst for the arts.
I often refer to myself as Last-Minute Lisa, and I am truly okay with that. So, in the spirit of uniting mothers across Tarrant County who, like me, attempt to plan fun outings with their kids for spring break but fail in executing said plan . . . this post is for YOU.
We did what we knew and tried to be patient, consistent, and loving. Before long, it was abundantly clear that he needed more . . . much more.
Through trial, and lots of error, I have found a couple of options to help manage our out of pocket (OOP) medical expenses — a Health Savings Account (HSA) and a Flexible Spending Account (FSA).
Back in 2002 when my husband and I started to search for our first house to buy, we decided to build in Lake Worth. At that time it was still relatively small and somewhat close to the country. We were close to the lake and country side, but just down the road from the “city […]