Summertime means no school for kids, which means more time spent as a family … right? When you’re a working parent, though, the answer isn’t so straightforward. This article gives you some suggestions on how to make the most of your packed summer schedule and still feel like you walked away with some cherished memories.
Learning is like exercise — both are necessary, sometimes both are fun, and sometimes both make you want to throw up. If you are a parent looking for ways to motivate your child to learn, here’s a quick list that can start you down the path to success.
We scoured the internet to find the best (and easiest) gifts that your kids can make for others. Not only is it an affordable way to show someone you care, but it also gives you a chance to make memories with your kids!
Life can swirl around preschoolers like a windstorm. Between playdates, preschool, and daycare, they may feel like the adults in their life don’t really see them. If you want to make your kid feel special, loved, and appreciated, try and incorporate these five special moments into their everyday lives.
Expressing your love for your kids isn’t as straightforward as it seems. Each person is different, and we all give and receive love in different ways. The next time you try to bond with your kiddos, try and “speak” their love language. You’ll be amazed at the results.
Did your grandma always give you a dollar before you left her house? Were Friday nights always movie night? Whatever you did, it obviously had an effect. The ritual made you feel a part of your family and endeared you to them. As a parent, make sure to give your children the same experience by creating rituals with them.