Parenting

If My Daughter’s Going to Be Like Me

April 20, 2017

It amazes me at how much my 2 year-old daughter strives to be like me! From repeating words that I say to wearing my heels and trying to walk around in them, my daughter’s first ever role model is me, her mom, and while I am honored I am frightened! No, really! I am the farthest […]

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Having Fun In Abilene With My Toddler

April 13, 2017

Living in Abilene, Texas ,the Storybook Capital of Texas, has been interesting thus far and I look forward to exploring more of this little city with my little. Bucket listed Attractions 1. Buffalo Gap Historic Village 2. Abilene Zoo 3. The Grace Museum 4. Fort Phantom Hill 5. Cockerel Galleries 6. Primetime Family Even Center […]

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Eat At The Table With Your Child

April 12, 2017

Growing up I remember when my mom, my step dad, my sister and I all gathered around the dinner table to eat. Unfortunately we also had the tv in the dinning room, so a lot of dinner time was spent eating and watching tv vs. eating and talking to each other. Meal time should be […]

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How To Make Memories

April 7, 2017

In my home, weekends are for making memories Whether we get out and play on Saturday or Sunday or both days, it’s really up to me and Gia. Whatever the case may be, I make a point to get up and get out and make a memory with her. Are you at home, thinking about […]

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Resourceful Parenting Books

March 30, 2017

Here is a list of resourceful books on parenting:  Kruk, E. (2013). The Equal Parent Presumption : Social Justice in the Legal Determination of Parenting After Divorce. Montreal [Quebec]: MQUP. The subject of this book is parenting after divorce. In most custody battles the judge determines what the “best interest of the child” is and […]

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