There are so many interesting, fun, and meaningful activities that our children could participate in. How do you decide what to do?
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Whether it’s big or small taking some time to bring out a little extra lof this time of year builds relationships and creates lasting memories. And that’s what family is all about! Please share your answers to this week’s question in the comments.
It’s important that our children help out around the house but it can be challenging to figure out just what children’s household responsibilies should look like and how to keep them motivated. Please share what works for you!
What would you do if you could spend a whole day with your family doing whatever you want? Your ideas may be small or grand. The beauty of this question is there is no wrong answer. So what do you say? What would your family love to do together?
The start of a new year for many of us means a time to set goals for improvement. Perhaps it’s decluttering our home. Maybe it’s starting a new allowance system for our children, or sticking to a budget ourselves. Of course there is always the popular goal of getting healthier in the coming year. All of these are wonderful goals but too often we can get derailed and find ourselves wondering where we went wrong. Learn 4 keys for goal-setting success and share your own goals and strategies here!
Traditions can be such a powerful part of this season! What is your favorite family tradition and why do you choose to carry it on? Check out some inital thoughts here and then share your answer in the comments.
Kids are back in school and you have high hopes for this school year. But working with your child’s school isn’t always so cut and dried. Wouldn’t it be nice to have some you who could turn to for some answers to your specific question?
In our society, everything is so push-button, immediate gratification, and end-result oriented. How do you teach your children to be less self-centered and more outward focused?
We all want our children to be accepted and liked by other children. No one wants their child to be the one everyone stares at, whispers about, ignores, or even laughs at. I believe we also all want our children to know how to treat that child who is different.
Do you ever feel like your children need more than you have the energy to give? Please help us support this mom who submitted this week’s question. I have a disability that causes me to be in an extreme amount of pain when I walk, sit, or stand for more than a few minutes. […]