Tag: children

Imagining Life Without Children

[su_heading size=”28″]Imagining Life Without Children[/su_heading] When people ask me if I love having children my answer is always conflicted. Honestly, I love having children. It is my vocation, my life, it is what I signed up for. There would be no magic for me… Continue Reading “Imagining Life Without Children”

I am a Bull in a China Shop

As we travel about life, I wonder how many of us are reflective of our Horoscopes and our signs?

Where to Draw the Line with Kids

Children need boundaries, the question is when do we draw the line and when do we let it stretch a little.

Listening to your Children

Sometimes we all need a reality check that we are not as connected to our children as we think we are.

A Dream About Dying

Having high anxiety over the holidays?

Parents Need Children

Five well needed days without children can be dangerous but it can also help to positively put everything into perspective when they return.

Preparing for Canyonlands with Children

[su_heading size=”18″]Preparing for Canyonlands with Children[/su_heading] “I’m bleeding mommy,” yelled Thumper as I typed away at my computer. “I’ll be there in a second,” I yelled not quite ready to handle yet another injury. I shot up running when Axel came in a few seconds… Continue Reading “Preparing for Canyonlands with Children”

Getting Children Up in the Mornings

[su_heading size=”18″]Getting Children Up in the Mornings[/su_heading] In order to start the day without chaos, I wake up early enough to get the children’s breakfast and lunch made. It is so quiet. So unbelievably quiet. I’ll just fit in a few minutes of time… Continue Reading “Getting Children Up in the Mornings”

Teaching Your Children Table Manners

[su_heading size=”18″]Teaching Your Children Table Manners[/su_heading] I stopped taking my kids to restaurants for a while after our traumatic experience when fine dining in Florida. My mother and I took the boys out to a little French restaurant at six pm. After a day… Continue Reading “Teaching Your Children Table Manners”