You haven’t known fear until you’ve ridden with a 15-year-old driver! Even if you have a good driver, it’s still scary, and teaching them can be even scarier!
Let’s face it. We’d love our kids to read and learn all day, but they’re going to watch some TV.
I am so excited for summer!! I love later bedtimes and sleeping in. I love that there is no baseball, soccer, football, and lacrosse practice. It’s so nice to be unscheduled and can just chill!
Guess what today is? It’s Safer Internet Day, so it’s the perfect opportunity to share some things I do to keep my kids safe on the Internet.
Does your child want to get a job? Here’s a great list of jobs for teens and tweens with no car so they can earn a few extra dollars.
Kids can struggle with self-doubt that may not relate to their actual ability. Grab these easy confidence boosters for kids so they can begin to think more positively of themselves.
I have two tween boys and I hear about sports constantly. It’s seems like we can’t have a conversation in our house that doesn’t involve some sort of comment on a “sick” catch from the last game they watched or why a quarterback didn’t throw for a hail Mary.
Oh My Gosh! TWEENS!! Do you have one too? I have two in my house and they can be a challenge.