Children today have so many choices today when it comes to toys. This makes deciding on a Christmas gifts difficult, as a parent has to decide on multiple color choices, batteries required, and a number of high tech features. It Continue reading
The minute my husband gets home from work, the kids are begging for the iPad. They love using it to play games and make videos. But I like it when they do other things on it, as well. There are Continue reading
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When my husband found out C was going to be a boy, he was very excited. I’m sure that many men share the same excitement. A son can pass on the family name. Plus, there are number of things a Continue reading
It was a quiet afternoon in the middle of summer. My sister and I had gotten bored with riding our bikes and playing dolls. We decided to set up an office in the corner of our closet.
My children are your typical picky kids. They have a handful of things they will eat: pasta, oatmeal, and cheese. C, at least, will eat vegetables, but not consistently. He seems to change his preference for them every week. This Continue reading
We are becoming a technically advantageous society. Smart phones, laptops, and tablet computers are in many homes today. And in some of those homes, there are children. Children are notorious for changing settings, taking pictures of the floor, and occasionally Continue reading
Our little place is really becoming a home as we welcome new family members on a regular basis. I’m not talking about human or four-legged additions. These new friends are of the cuddly kind. First, there was Heart, the pink Continue reading
One of the most important things a child can learn is his address. If he gets lost, knowing his address can be valuable in finding his way back home. I was very happy when when my children began knowing their Continue reading
For about two years, I have been cursing daylight savings time on a nightly basis. My children, who once went to bed at 6:30 willingly, became insomniacs who thought midnight was too early. It didn’t help that they had gleefully Continue reading