Keep you heart open to the possibilities you help create with every moment with your children.
Words of understanding for the family: Shaken and stirred parables in a parabola.
Kidstrive to learn to acquire skills to teach another to learn to teach.
Proverb for children and parents on parenting.
What are parents good for in these times. Create a spot for love to exist!
Don’t come home empty handed. (Repost)
Love without conditions in the present!
Taking trips without spending.
Keeping a trip to the store with kids pleasant.
Correction with love.
Correction of children when done with love in the heart of those that love the child. All are whole who correct love.
How do we as men….
Who are we as the Male Man?
Play or work first? How to avoid a sore throat!
Well this can be a tough one for parents especially when kids have had a long grueling week. Our children are master negotiators so watch out for the charm. Cognitively it is not easy for a child to go from watching tv and playing video games so it’s work first for sure. Executive management skills... Continue Reading →
The importance of setting aside, the time, the commitment, and sacrifice that love call for can be great. Keep your eyes fixed and that seed of love you plant multiplies exponentially.
How do I say?
We fell in love and made an agreement with the largest commitment I've taken up until that point. I remember the day like it was yesterday. Your mother's strength was on full display the day you arrived. Thinking it is not possible to love my queen anymore than I did. So many years of making... Continue Reading →
Checking in on the mind, will and emotions of the children.
These things are absolutely critical to their development, their innocence, their ability to discern right from wrong, their sense of belief, the things they decide they want to do and possibly to their ability to love be loved and serve. Parents be vigilant of the atmosphere you unintentionally allow by giving access to unrestricted information... Continue Reading →
Help Your Child Manage Traumatic Events
Parents should decide how much information their children can handle. ADAA member Aureen Wagner, PhD, Director of The Anxiety Wellness Center in Cary, North Carolina, offers this recommendation for parents: Remain as calm as possible; watch and listen to your child to understand how upset he or she is. Explain a traumatic event as accurately... Continue Reading →