Ask any mom in the world and they will tell you that motherhood is the most challenging job but also the most rewarding job. Her are my reasons why! 1. Enjoying life’s little things Having kids have made me slow down, notice, and appreciate the little things in life. A worm crawling on the ground can… Continue reading Top 5 reasons I love being a Mom
So how should a teacher dress? I have taught for 12 year now and I can honestly answer this question. It needs to be clothing that are practical. The things need to be washable and comfortable. The highest priority is wash-and-wear — and comfortable shoes. (Yes, Aerosoloes — and gel insoles — are my friend.) I like to punch… Continue reading How Should A Teacher Dress?
Yes I have a horrible little secret. No one knows! Ok…ok I will tell you. Remember how I blogged last week about my Manic Monday? As you know, the grad class I am currently enrolled in that takes up all my time on Monday evenings. It keeps me from picking up J from track practice, getting Sassafras… Continue reading Mommy’s horrible little secret
Currently, these are the things this happy hometown mama is raving about. 1. Crock Pot Without this ingenious cooking tool my family would go hungry on busy nights. This thing “cooks all day while the cook’s away.” It was created in the 70’s. During the energy crisis of the 1970’s, Americans were encouraged to conserve… Continue reading 5 things I’m currently raving about
Since I blogged yesterday about 15 things to teach your sons; today I will blog about 15 things to teach your daughter. Once again I found this wonderful list at http://www.ooph.com. If you get time, check out the web site. It has lots of great information for parents of tween, teens, and college age students… Continue reading 15 things to teach your daughter
If you get time, check out the web site http://www.ooph.com. It has lots of great information for parents of tween, teens, and college age students on driving, health and body image, education and the birds and the bees. And let’s face it…who doesn’t need a little extra help talking about the birds and the bees? Last night… Continue reading 15 things to teach my boys
Being a parent is, as author Jill Smokler says, “dirty and scary and beautiful and hard and miraculous and exhausting and thankless and joyful and frustrating all at once. It’s everything. “(Confessions of a Scary Mommy, Gallery Books 2012). Here are some of the dirty, scary, wonderful, and frustrating parts of being a parent. So, if… Continue reading The Hard Truth of Parenting