As you know, we are governed by habits. Our habits literally create our destiny. Love of reading is also a habit. In fact, this habit doesn’t require extra stimulation. A person should only get a taste of something and the joy got from the process will become a wonderful supporter for continuation of the process. It is needless to argue Read More »
Parenting and Kids Resources
Raising children is probably the most challenging job for parents but raising them alone and being responsible for so many aspects of their development can be harder than expected.
New single moms facing the caring and nurturing of a newborn alone can find answers to many questions and read many stories from other moms and professionals ready to help. Parenting advice and tips are always welcome but can mean survival for the single mom handling homework, play dates, growing pains, TV censorship, teen topics and special need children. Parenting resources offers a wealth of information on caring for children with disabilities and challenging topics. Car seat safety information can save lives and Internet safety can keep our children protected against the new world of open communication and information at the click of the mouse.
Austin and Addison are December’s Kids of the Month Austin is silly and very intelligent. I love when he is telling me something serious and ends it with a joke that cracks him up. Addison is my little tough and fearless princess that has a smile that makes my day. “Austin, always remember to put your best effort in and Read More »
Another year going by, and before we know it the Holidays are upon us. Don’t fret. Life is much more than how we need to have things, we cannot afford to buy. Our world is much bigger than keeping up with others just to ” look good.” Usually single mothers don’t even compete in those areas because they don’t have Read More »
( For 1-3 years old children) Sometimes even the most patient and experienced parent comes across tiredness and lack of life recourses. And sometimes even the most wonderful and calm child gets tired of all his toys, books, puzzles and he wants something new, something exiting! Desire of a parent to sit quiet for 15 minutes and desire of a Read More »
Many times we all forget to say “thanks” when others have helped us out, or gave us a helping hand. We strive to teach our children good manners and to remember to say “Please and Thank-You,” however sometimes in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, we adults might forget to do the same. Maybe we are tired, cranky, or Read More »
We all have those days when we get overwhelmed and it seems like every time we turn around there is another problem. Life can be filled with those days. Sometimes the best way to combat that fatigue and drain, is through friendship. I once read that friends are like the windows to your world. I do believe that. You can Read More »
For any parent, let alone a single mom, juggling work, school and home life is already a huge task. Throw in extracurricular for the kids and you may begin to feel like a taxi service as you shuffle between soccer practice, ballet and karate. Not to mention that all these activities usually cost a significant bit. But of course, moms Read More »
We work a nine to five stable job, which provides life insurance, health insurance, dental, 401K, vacation time and sick leave. Whew. We need all that “stuff” to care for our children. It’s like a survival kit, and without it, we may just crumble and fall to the ground, in little itty bitty pieces. At the end of our hectic Read More »
It doesn’t seem that long ago, when I was cooking the family meals for my children. Since money was always scarce the one meal we had over, and over again, was home-made pasta sauce and spaghetti. It’s pretty rare for kids not to complain about the same old meal, time and time again, but mine loved it. We had sit Read More »
Sometimes it feels as though it’s all up hill. We are constantly going against the grain of “something”, especially, during the school year. The hustle and bustle can ware us out to the point of dampening our spirit. There is much to keep up with, getting to school on time, homework, science projects, school activities, PASS Testing, just to name Read More »