Recently my daughter has been struggling with some challenges with her friends. Petty disagreements, gossip, and just plain ol’ meanness have entered her tween world. Nothing new if you think about it. Kids have been mean to each other since the beginning of time. Anyone remember the story of Cain and Abel? Among all of … Continue reading
When was the last time YOU felt under-appreciated as a parent? This THANK YOU’s for you! MamaBlogger365 features Kate Fineske of The National Association of Mothers Centers.
GravityBread’s Becca shares a recipe from her kitchen – try baking with kids! This week’s featured receipe: low fat carrot bread.
It’s hard to believe October is coming to a close. Gretchen completed the first quarter of school, making high honor roll. Rachael is nearing midterm and is excelling in all her classes. I’m trying to stay focused on poetry.
Mary Rekosh, MamaBlogger365: Some folks spend a ton of money on counselors and other professionals who are tasked with deconstructing the minds of these miniature humans, in order to figure out what “makes them tick” so that they can be helped to reach their full potential and live full, happy lives. I have a solution for this endless quest, which will only cost you a buck per kid and I’m pretty sure it’s foolproof.
Podiatry, pastries and poetry – Veronica Hosking is back!
Mary Rekosh is asked for advice on how to restart the spark…MamaBlogger365 for the Museum of Motherhood.
Your birth, becoming a mother, opened my eyes to so much, yet also opened a big book of questions – questions that I expected answers to, but soon discovered were often without any clear solutions. – Kate Fineske, National Association of Mothers Centers, for the MamaBlogger365 project to benefit the Museum of Motherhood.
Veronica Hosking goes East!
Today, Katie Moore share tips and information for those of us working on getting back in shape after having kids (no matter how old they might be now!)…