Boys are not exempt from household chores! In fact, I have learned they like to be helpful in the home when given the opportunity. The key is consistency in having a plan, providing them with explicit instruction, and modeling how you want things done first.
What I am trying to say here is . . . you’re getting an eviction notice. It’s not that we don’t adore you. We do, but this just isn’t working out.
My kids are some of those people who carry music inside of them. They dance when they talk, hum while they play, and listen to the music in the background of restaurants. Part of my job as a parent is to embrace that gift and enhance it.
An overview of the science, math, sensory, and outdoor resources that Primrose has put together to help parents stop summer learning loss.
Delivering my third child in my own room was the most peaceful, empowering experience I’ve ever had. I moved when I wanted, ate or drank if I felt like it, and no one pressured me about anything.
The entire Fort Worth Moms Blog team — and a few of our friends and family — shared our favorite egg hunt traditions, and a few new fun ideas to try this year. We hope these suggestions foster lasting memories, heaps of laughter, and some good ol’ familial competition. Happy hunting!
The key to the zone method is to declutter small areas at a time, and to work efficiently to make the most of your labor and keep those areas organized.