The first time my oldest son started skipping naps was a scary moment. He was almost two and I was worried that naps were on their way out. I remember trying everything I could think of. Milk before bed. Milk in bed. Toys in bed. Extra stories. Rocking. So. Much. Rocking. I’m an introvert and […]
I don’t remember much from my early childhood years, but I remember the honeysuckle that I’d squeeze between my lips for a sweet taste while playing with my cousins. It grew along the side of my parent’s home in the spring and summer. I also remember playing princesses under my neighbor’s large backyard tree, getting
What you should do when kids say, “I hate you!” Take a breath and try these five tips to figure out what’s really bothering your child.
In the evenings, my three older kids are getting old enough that they can put on their own pajamas. And they can brush their teeth with some supervision. In fact, after having three kids in two and a half years, and then adding a fourth a few years later, we’ve felt a little spoiled with