Parenting Phrases That Defy Argument

With kids, especially teenagers, you might think that they were born to be lawyers. They can seem to turn your words around on you in a second. If you are dealing with this issue, we can help. Below you will … Continue reading

Good Parenting: 5 Parenting Experts Share Their Best Tips

As you know our Summer Master Parenting Class is right around the corner. We have a fabulous line up of speakers. Here are some of their words of wisdom: Aurelia Williams, July 9, 9-10pm EST Here are some “Don’ts” that … Continue reading

Resilient Kids: Learn To Celebrate Your Mistakes So Your Kids Can Too!

I am so excited! Jane Nelsen from Positive Discipline has agreed to join us for our Summer Master Parenting Class. Last year I became a Positive Discipline instructor and my love for the Positive Discipline approach has grown. There are … Continue reading

Good Parenting: Sometimes Less Is More

Contributed by guest blogger: Harriet Cabelly Sometimes less is more. Less rushing in to solve our kids’ problems can result is allowing them the time and space to think things through on their own. In other words, encouraging and facilitating … Continue reading

The Best Way To Parent: Parent With Confidence

There are so many schools of thought when it comes to parenting. For thousands of years there was one way to parent and everyone adhered to it. Children were expected to be dutiful and obedient, seen and not heard. So, … Continue reading

Be A Great Parent: Let Your Kids Feel

In our quest to be great parents and have great performing children, we have gone way overboard towards what’s being called helicopter parenting or bubble-wrap parenting.   We have great intentions but are we doing what’s in the best interest of … Continue reading

Why Kids Should Travel

Five Reasons Why Travel Experiences are Essential for Young Kids The meaning of “local” is changing. About a century ago, most children grew up with an idea of local that was restricted to their city limits, or the farthest end … Continue reading

Multicultural Classroom Activities for Children

Multicultural classroom activities for children are now becoming a necessity because of educational institutions having children from diverse cultural backgrounds under its tutelage. In a society where political correctness is a significant factor in showing respect and sensitivity to cultures … Continue reading

Ten Tips for Parenting Teenagers

Ten Essential Tips for Parenting Teenagers First – it’s true. The teenage years are the most difficult years of a parent’s life. Perhaps not immediately, but when you stop and look at the stages you can expect to observe in … Continue reading

Three Mothers – An Unconventional Setup

Guest post by: Stacey Cavanagh No matter how old you get, no matter how clever or how self-sufficient and independent you become, you never stop wanting your Mother on a bad day. It might be a stupid argument with the … Continue reading