Making chore time fun doesn’t have to be a battle of wills! In fact, you can actually learn how to make chores fun if you start early enough! Plus, a free Chore Chart printable at the end of this post!
These budget friendly Easter traditions will bring the family together for a day filled with fun instead of gifts. Try some of these new Easter traditions this year and watch the whole family join in the fun!
Budget Friendly Easter Traditions
New Easter Traditions the Whole Family Will Love
Every year it seems like we loose a little bit more of the fun Easter traditions that I experienced as a child growing up. It used to be that I would wake up early Easter morning, check out the basket of goodies the Easter Bunny had left, get dressed up in my brand new super frilly spring dress, and go to church. (more…)
We often forget that our children aren’t born with a certain understanding of respect. All of us naturally use our words to manipulate situations to get what we want, but it’s our role as parents to teach our children how to respect others, as well as us, when dealing with wanting something. Here are some practical tips to teach your child about respect.
Teaching Your Child Respect
Training children to respect others and themselves
Heidi is a mom of three, and loves homeschooling, writing, reading & nature.
Potty Training Tips for Success
How to Know When It’s Time to Potty Train Your Child
These adorable Valentine Books for Preschoolers are perfect for bringing a little bit of cheer to your little one. By reading these Valentine books for preschoolers to your little one you’re building strong foundations in a love of reading.
Valentine Books for Preschoolers
14 Stories about Valentine’s Day for Kids
Reading time is so important for preschoolers! Studies show that just 20 minutes of reading time a night increases your child’s self-esteem, emotional development, cognitive development, and literary skills. So why not set your kids up for success and enjoy the holiday of love with some of these favorite Valentine books for preschoolers. (more…)
If you have more than one child in your home, you’ll know that sibling rivalry runs rampant in every child-filled home. It seems to be an inevitable part of childhood, and the phrase, “stop fighting kids!” seems to be a large part of a parent’s vocabulary. But it doesn’t have to be as crazy as all that. Here are 8 helpful tips to stop sibling rivalry, and a few habits and handy things you can introduce in your home to minimize sibling rivalry in your home.
8 Ways To Stop Sibling Rivalry
Helpful Tips To Have Less Rivalry & More Peace In Your Home
Heidi is a mom of 3 busy, noisy, full-of-life blessings who are 8 years old and younger. She homeschools, tutors Cambridge students, tutors Maths and loves beach walks and nature.