I came across a nice recipe on the “Attachment Mamma” blog. Here’s the description she gives: A little slice of YUM and something easy and fun to do with toddlers on Christmas: making old-fashioned Christmas sugar cookies. This recipe has been passed down from my late Grandma, Betty Bay to my mom to me. The […]
Archive | December, 2009
My wife came across this awesome website when we were looking for an online game to help our daughter learn to read. It has all kinds of really cool flash games and spelling activities. I send this out by email to all of my subscribers and I was thrilled to get so many replies from […]
According to Kristen Baisden, a school district psychologist: “parents often fail to hold their kids accountable for poor decisions. The result is they often excuse bad behavior, finding it easier to hold others, including themselves, accountable for their children’s irresponsibility.” I agree with this statement 100%. You don’t need to constantly yell and nag your […]
When I was younger, I used to work as a lifeguard and swimming instructor. It was a great job for me because I loved working with kids all of my life, and I was great at teaching them to swim.