Category Archives for "Motherhood"
Education is one of the most important facets of raising your child, and it is no surprise that it is the kind of thing which you need to make sure you are focusing on as well as possible if you hope for your children to do well in life. A good education sets them up for life with strong knowledge, an ability to think clearly and logically and uniquely, and the awareness of who they are in a social setting. All of this is important for ensuring they live well, so they are all things that you should think about if you are to make sure that your child’s education is working out as well as possible. In this post, we will look into a few of the simple things you can do to improve your child’s education for the better in no time.
If you have been itching to get away for a while, and would like to create memories, reconnect with your partner, and book a long haul vacation, without having to leave your child behind, you might be thinking whether or not they are ready for the adventure. There are no rules when it comes to when kids are ready to go on a long haul car ride, as every child is different. Below you will find a few general tips to help you make an informed decision.
Many families when they have children consider a pet to join the family. It can be a great experience for everyone involved, and can be a lovely way to help children learn about empathy, companionship and responsibility for other things. Sometimes a dog is an obvious choice, but often that doesn’t suit a busy household. Especially when they have their own needs like needing to be walked a lot, etc. So a cat can be a great alternative. It might be that you recommend one, or you get a kitten, but either way there are things to consider.
If you are anything like me, I’m sure that you are incredibly busy every day. Lots of us work extended hours at work now, and once we get home there is still a lot that needs to be done, including preparing the evening meal and all of the housework. By the time you finish all of your chores and jobs, you might find that it’s already time to put your kids to bed and you haven’t spent any quality time with them at all through the day.
Do you wish you could spend more time with your kids? Here are some ways you can still enjoy quality time with them even when you don’t have much time.
Many young families are first created in cities. This is where the millennial generation largely works, as major cities are often where some of the most popular and modern jobs are.
However, like their parents they themselves would rather raise their children in an environment that is less noisy and even dangerous. As the old adage expresses, ‘work in the city, live in the country’. It’s true for many people city life just becomes too tiring, busy and not very fulfilling. It’s common then for new and young parents to move out closer to the countryside and begin to raise their children in their new homes.
Are you interested in booking a family adventure experience? If so, there are so many great holiday experiences to choose from, so read on to discover some key last-minute considerations you need to think about before you go ahead and make your final decision.
Do you have pictures that hurt to look at?
To the unsuspecting person, they are happy moments but you know the story or the moment behind the smile?
For me, I have a picture of my son, being dressed in his going home outfit. It should be one of those Facebook posts that read: “Yay, going home today”. Smiley face.
But when I look at that picture, I am flooded with memories.
Do you have any pictures that do that for you?
I met God in motherhood.
While I have always believed in God. I never understood God’s depth of Love until I became a mother. As I have grown as a mother, I have learned a lot about who God is.
Here’s what I’ve learned about God and motherhood.
I remember when we were trying decide when or if we should have a second child.
There was a lot of advice shared some true and a lot not true. Here’s a list of some of wisdom we received about having 2 kids.Continue reading
Last year, we went to have Thanksgiving dinner with relatives who were not in the toddler stage.
They did a lovely Thanksgiving experience for adults, but a terrible one for toddlers.
It was by far the longest and most stressful day of my life. I remember getting in the car at the end of the night, vowing to never do that again!
Here a few tips for surviving your Thanksgiving dinner with a toddler (or toddlers) and actually getting invited back next year.Continue reading