Is it normal for me to care so deeply about my children's teachers and coaches?
I certainly don't remember my mother having a strong attachment to any of the people who taught me how to read, how to swim, how to cycle, how to play music... although she would probably remember their names, as I spoke of them like they were part of my family:
Margaret Howard, who sang like a nightingale and gave me a passion for music
Posted by Caylie Jeffery on May 19, 2013 at 8:00am
I just finished a fascinating article that looked at the impact of telling family stories. It turns out that kids that know a lot about…Continue
Posted by Sixty Second Parent on May 16, 2013 at 8:00am
Posted by Caylie Jeffery on May 8, 2013 at 8:29am
The importance of clear speech and effective hearing cannot be stressed enough as a vital skill needed by children to be able to interpret and communicate effectively.
Speaking and listening go hand in hand when we are talking with children and expecting them to understand instructions and information. Children also expect us to understand the need to be listened too and understood.Continue
Posted by VidaYum on May 5, 2013 at 7:30am
When your child was a baby, she or he would wake up more frequently at night during significant developmental changes such as crawling and walking.
But as early as 18 months old, your child can wake from…
Posted by Sixty Second Parent on May 2, 2013 at 7:13pm
Hearing that your kid has head lice it is a terrible nightmare for any mother. Head Lice, those tiny insects can be as scary as shark on mother’s world. Once you have the call from the school letting you know that it is a fact, your kid has head lice, all your balance world start to lose balance. Because the actions necessary in order to get rid of those blood’s sucking parasitic are exhausting.
So the battle begins with recognizing the enemy.…Continue
Posted by Carmen Aquino on May 2, 2013 at 12:00pm