Category Archives: Parenting Triumphs!
I’ve been talking to my older kids lately about the expectations involving our parent-child interactions. They are mature enough to understand that the parent they get is determined in part by their own behavior. If they treat their parent with … Continue reading
Imagine, if you dare, two quite intelligent, responsible adults being put to bed by a control-freak five year old and her sweet but easily distractible seven-year-old sister. Scary? It was rather awesome, actually. We decided to undergo this experiment in … Continue reading
Some may ask why there are always more photos of my younger daughter in my gallery. Some even hint that maybe I LOVE one more than the other, or that I play favoritism. I don’t play favoritism. I charge for … Continue reading
Kelsey is reading everything in sight. She curled up the other night on the couch with The Cat in the Hat, and read the entire book by herself. Today, a snow day, she has gone through all her school reading … Continue reading