Lockdown has got us all feeling uncertain, a little bit trapped and frankly bored. Add a family into the mix and you’ve got even more people that you need to keep entertained throughout this. Between working from home, homeschooling and keeping up with the latest news we are all on the hunt to find […]
We all need doses of inspiration every now and again, whether it be interesting conversations, stories of human amazement, uplifting advice, thought-provoking ideas, seeing beautiful things or something to make us laugh.
These sites certainly gave us the feel-good factor and hope they do for you too. And of course… no list would […]
When people think of the word cool, parents are often the last thing which will come to mind. When you enter this sort of lifestyle, worrying about the way the world looks at you will become unimportant, and the little one you’re trying to raise will begin to take up more and more of […]
Playing sports provides various health benefits to people. This includes having improved mental and physical health, reduced stress, and better sleep. No wonder a lot of people love playing sports. Some of them make this physical activity as their hobby. Others take it more seriously because they aim to become professional sports players.
If you are […]
Are you preparing to plan your next family vacation? If so, then you might be considering some of the activities that you can enjoy together as a family. There are quite a few possibilities that you might want to consider here so let’s dive right in and start planning […]
Health has always been a major concern for humans. Even since the very earliest days of society’s growth, people have been working tirelessly to get a better understanding of health, and there have been a lot of strange ideas along the way. Nowadays, it seems that just about everything people enjoy is unhealthy in […]
Executive Summary: Risk Taking and why it is important for your kids!
According to research, “Risk is an essential component of a balanced childhood. Exposure to healthy risk, particularly physical, enables children to experience fear, and learn the strengths and limitations of their own body.” (1) With that being the case, why has the distance our kids roaming […]
Executive Summary: Teach them to the importance of humor
A good sense of humor isn’t limited to adults alone, it transcends to little children also. It is important that they know how to have fun while at home, school or in the neighborhood.
Laughing and having fun is a great way medium whereby kids connect with those around […]
Executive Summary: kids and a cell phone… bad idea.
I get it. “We can’t organize all of our activities without a phone.” “My kid is different; they only use it for calling me.” “If my kid doesn’t have a phone, they will be picked on.” “Smart Phones are not as bad as everyone says.” “In an emergency, […]
Executive Summary: Why is great communication key for your kid’s growth?
Very few things are more important than open communication in any relationship. That’s doubly important in the family! If you are a busy family, which most families are, the importance you need to place on establishing good solid methods of communication is extremely important.
Parents who don’t […]
Executive Summary: Why is Creating a Connection Your Most Important Role as a parent?
There is nothing more vital for you to do as a parent than establish your family as a safe place for your kids.
- Children who experience a lack of emotional support, no connection, no supervision, and no discipline are at the highest […]
Parents weigh in on what they did to get their kids to sleep through the night!
Want to figure out how to make your child thrive? Teach them empathy through listening skills and modeling good behavior.
Now is the perfect time of year to use butternut squash in anything you possibly can! Enjoy it as the star of this wholesome, roasted butternut squash soup.
4-5 pounds of butternut squash (about 2 whole)
1 medium or 2 small apples
1 small onion
6 cloves of garlic, minced
6 tablespoons butter, divided into two
3 cups of chicken, or […]
As the colder temperatures roll in, it can be difficult to stay motivated and active, as a family. The days are getting shorting, the air is getting crisper, and that couch and your Roku player are seeming more and more like the best scenario. But as parents, we need to find ways to keep […]
Divorce is hard. It’s hard for everyone. The husband. The wife. Both sides of the family. Shared friends. But most of all…..the kids. That was the number one reason why I worked for years to try to salvage my marriage. I knew that our girls would suffer more than anyone and it would affect them well […]
When it’s two in the morning and my son wakes up screaming,
And all I want is one night of only sweet dreaming.
Then there’s the times when I’m with him in the day
When he won’t listen or even do a single thing I say.
Then there’s the days he sits on the potty for half hour or more,
Championship season is here. The Penguins just took home the Stanley Cup. Within the next few days, the battle between Lebron and Steph will be over. This year’s NBA Champs will hold up the trophy signifying that they’re the best in the league. At the same time this coming Sunday, […]
This morning, Laurie (my wife) and I were sitting at the table with our boys (ages 5 & 3) like we normally do. Ervin, the youngest was talking over Eli, the oldest, while he was trying to talk with Mom. Eli turned to Ervin and said, “Stop, you are making me sad.” Laurie and I were […]
Everything we do requires patience in one form or other.
From childhood, we are taught to be patient.
Child: I’m hungry
Parent: Food is coming, be patient.
Child: I want to be a grown up
Parent: Be patient, you are a child once and once only.
We didn’t listen to our parents, what makes us think that our kids will listen to […]