Category Archives for "Parenting"
My munchkin boy is about to begin second grade and to me it feels like he’s leaving the world of early childhood. The article below talks about the social changes that occur in the first and second grade years. They help explain why my baby is turning into a big boy right before my eyes. […]Continue reading
You strive to reduce toxins in your home, but are you sending your children to school without toxins as well? School supplies are laden with potentially harmful, toxic chemicals. Stay vigilant when you’re shopping for school. Toxic Culprits Here are some toxic ingredients to watch out for when you’re doing back-to-school shopping:Continue reading
One of my friends wanted her child to learn to read when he was 3 years old. I didn’t think it was a good idea, but I can certainly understand why she would want her son to read early. I’d rather observe my children and watch out for signs that they’re ready to acquire the […]Continue reading
Good writing skills are essential to success in one’s career and in life. Your child will be more likely to perform better in school if he or she has good writing skills. Then when the time comes for your child to find a job, he or she will need good writing skills to prepare effective […]Continue reading
I have a confession: Ever since I learned about the Roadtrek eTrek, I have had no peace. I’ve been salivating over it. I haven’t been able to sleep. I’ve been overcome with lust for this object of beauty. I’m not one to get attached to material things, but this time, I’ve given in to temptation. […]Continue reading