Are You a Yeller

Are You a Yeller?

Are you a yeller? Do you find yourself yelling more than you’d like? A lot of parents do. There is so much on our plates

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Merry Back into Christmas

Putting the “Merry” Back into Christmas

If you could simplify the process … if you could remove the drama … what would Christmas look like for your family? What if you enjoyed the countdown to Christmas instead of feeling like you are running out of time? What would it take to get your family there?

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Parenting & Sprinklers: What They Have in Common

In parenting, prevention is incredibly important. However, many families do not have clarity on what “prevention” looks like. To assist with that, I thought I would share three tips on how you can take a preventative stance in your parenting and avoid some issues later on. It’s really much easier than you might think.

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Now that School has Resumed

When school starts, so do after-school activities. Some families like to expose their children to several different enrichment activities and keep them pretty busy. Just keep an eye out for overwhelm, fatigue and not enough down time. Children need to be enjoying their life. We all need to stop and catch our breath on a regular basis. Overbooking kids creates

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4 Back to School Tips!

Parenting is a journey … a long one. One of the most important aspects of that journey is the relationship that you build along the way. That relationship is created in daily life, in ordinary moments like going back to school.

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Co-Parenting: 6 Tips for Success!

Co-parenting within a marriage is different than co-parenting after divorce. Add a remarriage, and it gets even harder. A seemingly innocent request from a child can quickly be the catalyst to arguments and upset. I’ve been co-parenting post-divorce for 25 years. We don’t have it all worked out, but we have found some basic how-to’s that I can pass along.

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