(As seen on The Today Show, Good Housekeeping, HerViewFromHome, ScaryMommy, The Huffington Post, Mamamia, MomsEveryday, and numerous social and news media outlets. UPDATED – 3/3/2017) Friends… Source: X-Plan: Giving your kids a way out (#xplan) I have done something Similar with my Kids.… Continue Reading “X-Plan: Giving your kids a way out (#xplan)”
Peace and quiet, something we all strive for in our lives. Well, when you have kids anyway. Now I know this is the “Q” post for the A to Z Challenge, but, I couldn’t skip Profetic… and it seemed to me that really this… Continue Reading “Quiet… just a piece please.”
Happy Fathers Day! So far I didn’t have to make coffee and I got a hug from my youngest daughter. Good day, two more kids to come say hello to me and maybe give me some candy. I do like candy! I bet you… Continue Reading “What types of fun things can you do on Fathers Day?”
As some of you already know I have children… technically three of them but at times it seems more like seven of them. Today is my middle child’s Birthday. She is officially a teenager. My eldest daughter turned me gray I’m frightened that now… Continue Reading “Birthdays and Kids… Like Torture and, well Torture…”
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From the mind of an English professor