It starts early. Almost from day one. Sometimes even before birth. Medical forms need to be filled out. Insurance needs to be updated. DayCare enrollments.
Author Archive | Melissa
No child should ever live a life where they struggle to get food. But it happens. All the time. How do I teach my children about hunger?
The “clean your room” struggle is one that wears a mom down. Sometimes, I thought, it just isn’t worth it. Let them bury themselves under all their stuff.
These 5 winter reads should ramp up your children’s imaginations, get them excited about the cold and the snow, and help them appreciate central heating.
There is something extremely memorable about ice-skating outside. I am sharing the two best places we have skated as a family outside the Rochester area.
But…as Christmas approaches, and I think of yet another year of an ugly tree. I realize we do have a theme, and maybe the theme makes it beautiful.
I am fairly confident none of them will CURE their cold and cough, but they will help you and your children sleep a little better.
So with my son’s help here’s a little information and some phrases to spur conversation in your home about the complex game of Minecraft.
I can only imagine what those in the midst of the events feel. These nightmare situations spur on thoughts about the world I am raising my children.
Saying goodbye to comfort friends forces me to confront the reality that we are crossing a threshold from childhood into the first steps of adulthood.