Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time. ~ Thomas A. Edison
A child learns about acceptable and unacceptable behavior by observing the people around him/her. What lessons can you learn from behavior modification?
Taking on the role of solo parent while your spouse is out of town is not always easy, but there are a few things you can do to ease the burden.
I know what kind of parent I try to be: patient, thoughtful, easygoing, and joyful. And patient. I know I already wrote that. But my number one priority and desire for my parenting style is to be patient.
There really are few things more entertaining than a chat with a 4 year old. Yet, hilarity aside, there's actually scientific evidence that suggests volleying conversation back and forth with young kids lays a foundation for later successes.
Throughout my pregnancy I mostly heard the same advice over and over. To help out all the soon-to-be-mamas out there, I’ve compiled a list of my all-time favorite, never before heard newborn survival tips.
Creating and living with a simple set of parenting principles makes the entire journey richer and more enjoyable for everyone involved. Here are mine.