First day of school….As you walk through the shopping centres around the city, one would see the different displays of back to school items. Most parents would be very excited about having their children start school again.… Read about these precautions and remember to leave a comment! Likes and comments are greatly appreciated! Click below:… Continue reading Reblog Feature: First Day of School Photo Precautions
A thousand thank you’s From the deepest part A thousand times From within my heart For when I walk Between those lines To read and ponder As I write this rhyme…. —Chocoviv A poem to express my many gratitude and thanks!! To all the wonderful and supportive community of bloggers out there, you know who… Continue reading A Thousand Lovely Likes
Dora the Explorer was a big part of my life. I first met her in Disneyland before my first child. The haircut that she had reminded me of my haircut when I was a little girl. Who is that??!!! I was very curious, but forgot about her until my daughter was born. Hence, Dora the… Continue reading Movie Review: Dora the Explorer and the Lost City of Gold
It’s August already! As a parents of school-age children, it’s is necessary and important to remember that conflicts between a parent and a child is a way to communicate. It is never a pleasant interaction and most wish that they never have to deal with those arguments. However, in reality, this is not possible. Excellent… Continue reading ReBlog Featured: Listening Through Parent-Child Discussions
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“It’s not fair!” “It’s mine!” “Stop it!” Sibling interactions! These are the lovely sounds of summer for some parents. Since summer is a time to be away from a school and spend more time at home, sibling conflicts are going to increase exponentially.……Click on the link to read more! Excellent article about sibling conflicts! https://gogobags.ca/sibling-conflicts/
As a parent of two tweens, the topic of mental health constantly floats to the surface of my consciousness. To have more grit, to be more resilient in this constantly changing and highly demanding world… Growing up in the 90s, life was already drastically changing, as my friends and I began to be carrying pagers… Continue reading Book Review: Culture Rebel (Because the world has enough desperate housewives) by Connie Jakab