In my last post for my “Surviving a Medical Discharge” series, I informed ya’ll that I bit the bullet and pulled my oldest out of school so we could school her at home. I had no bad experiences with the school she was in, I simply had a strong desire to homeschool for years [...]
A Guest Post By Rob James Of BusyBee Au Pairs
While there is an argument to suggest that computer games can make it hard for children to be imaginative away from their electronic devices, there’s also a lot of evidence in favor of games boosting cognitive skills and creative [...]
Here are the other posts in this series.
I have to admit that this was my favorite part of organizing the kids because it’s different and it’s really easy for the kids to identify. I’ve been anxious to share it with you ever since I came up with the [...]
On Monday I started this series on Organizing Your Kids while I myself endeavored to organize my own, hopefully helping you out as well. Wednesday I let you know what my plan was to not only organize, but keep the kids organized. Today it’s all about the execution of that plan.
On Monday we talked about how out of control my kids room got despite the fact that I had organized it a few months ago. This week I’ll be sharing with you the plan I created to not only organize the kids effectively, but keep them organized.
A Guest Post By Sarah Clare of Project Management Software
Growing your own food is a great way to save money. It’s also a great way to eat healthy and to teach your family about nutrition. There’s not much better way to understand the farm-to-table process that to witness it firsthand.
I’ve organized our kids room before, but because I was too lazy to make a plan it didn’t stick for very long. Maybe a month? Over time things became more and more unorganized, until we got this:
For full time employed parents, the prospect of juggling work and childcare is a challenging one. Taking further time off work after maternity and paternity leave is becoming more difficult as clampdowns on child tax credits and the length of work leave remain contentious subjects within the UK. In some cases, one [...]
A Guest Post By Carmen Brettel of Studentgrants.org
Welcoming a new baby is expensive. You have to buy a crib, car seat, clothes, and all kinds of gear. However, there is one way you can save money and make the best choice for your baby, and that is to breastfeed. [...]
One thing I LOVE about living in Washington is its abundance in wild blackberries.
There are literally thousands of blackberry bushes all up and down the state. And as soon as they start turning black we whip out our buckets and go blackberry picking.