Car seat safety is something that is very important to me, so when Momfluence asked me to share how to keep children, or little passengers, safe in the car, I jumped at the chance. This is an issue we’ve been talking about a lot in our house since the 5 year old would LOVE to […]
When I was a kid I was well known as being one of the most picky eaters on Earth. I adored candy, and still have quite a sweet tooth (see my tip for Halloween at the bottom of this post). As a kid I would eat an entire block of Kraft cheddar cheese after school. […]
Flu and cold season is upon us, but don’t fear. All the hype surrounding this time of year is enough to make you sick, and it truly makes me want to hide in the house all day. But that doesn’t really work. the kids still have school, I still have work to do, and the […]
Life is moving at an incredible speed right now in so many ways. I remember being a young kid and thinking how slooooowwww life was. My parents told me when I got older it would fly by, I didn’t realize that meant this fast! Being busy is good for me, but sometimes I need to […]
Traveling when you have young children and leaving them at home is tough on you and your kids. Finding ways to connect while you are gone is important. Ways to connect for the parent who is away: phone calls: nightly phone calls are a great way to connect at the end of a long day, […]
How much money do you need to be “rich?” Everyone has a number. For many it’s a $1,000,000. For others it’s $100,000 in the bank. Some adults will say being rich isn’t just about money, and while I agree I decided to limit my questions to solely money. This is a totally unscientific poll of […]
“Can I have that, please???â€
As a parent, how often have we heard that familiar phrase? If you don’t have kids, I’m sure you remember a time you berated your parents for a prized possession. What’s a parent to do? Give them an allowance, of course!
We have a rather unique situation when it comes to schooling. We think of the kids as individuals and make school choices based on what they need, and who they are as individuals. This means they are all in different places this year.
Cathy from Chief Family Officer wrote a simple meditation guest post on Get Rich Slowly about the cost of having kids and how having children affects your financial plans. There was a huge response, and so many different opinions. I found myself reading along fascinated by all the different points of view from a post […]
One of the main lessons I try to teach the kids is to care. For the Earth, for each other, for themselves, and their belongings. They have really taken the idea to heart of late and have been asking me to keep items I would otherwise recycle. I’m considering adding a bin to their art […]