Check out this easy recipe for the “Independence Day Parfait.” The perfect 4th of July dessert / treat. It’s Jello-ie, custardy, angel food cakey goodness! ...READ MORE
I remember when The Kid was an infant and I was carrying her around in one of those convertible car seat numbers. DH and I were at this store where they sell plants. I don’t know why because my thumb is just about as green as a carrot, but there we were. READ MORE
We’re 3 years into this teenage thing with another good 9 years ahead of us and there are some days that I am as clueless as I was when they were babies and toddlers....Read More
I have a decade before you’ll leave the nest. Ten years is forever to you, but a quick breeze to me. Before it flies by, here’s my advice.
Take it seriously. Take it with a grain of salt. READ MORE
Teenagers. They are full of Anguish, Hormones and Attitude. AHA. Except it ain’t so satisfying.
“Empty the dishwasher,” says me.
“Okay mommmmmm, I will!!! You like already told me like 12 times!”
Exactly. READ MORE
Relationships get really interesting during the teen years. And I’m not just talking about romantic relationships (although, those get REALLY interesting) I’m talking about ALL relationships from friends to parents to siblings to teachers.
But the one thing that is consistent about relationships is that they’re typically between two people and rely heavily on communication and interaction – which is not always easy for teens to process at this young(er) age. Watching my daughters struggle with dealing with some people and how they change in an instant, I thought it would be helpful to offer them some tips on dealing with people and relationships – no matter what level it’s on. READ MORE