At What Age Should A Child Learn To Cook
The subject of at what age a child should learn to cook has been intensively debated over by the world of mothers. Often times, a mother’s first horrific vision of a child cooking is their sweet newborn next to a hot stove with a fillet knife in one hand, and pot holder in the other. Obviously this would cause nightmares for any woman, however at one stage or another, every man woman or child will be faced with the issue of to cook, or not to cook.
2020 Mother’s Day Gift Guide
Mother’s Day may not look like the typical Mother’s Day this year with everything going on with the Covid-19 stuff. That doesn’t mean that you don’t need to celebrate mom. She needs to be celebrated more now than ever. It has been a tough go for many people but especially moms who are now home educating their children! Here are a few ideas of products you can get either delivered or picked up from your local Walmart on your next grocery run! Hope you enjoy checking out my Mother’s Day Gift Guide.
Call of the Wild Available for Digital Download
Like so many people across the country, especially those with children, finding things to do at home has become of the utmost importance. In our state, we currently have a 30 day stay at home order and with kids ages 17, 13, and 6, finding activities that all can take part in and enjoy can be a challenge.
Helping Kids Like Playing Outside As Well As Inside
Sometimes our children enjoy being inside so much that it is difficult to get them out of the house to get fresh air and exercise. This has probably gotten worse since our kids today have so many more options when it comes to staying inside. Once kids could play something quiet or read indoors, but now they can do almost anything inside, even sports with Wii. So, what can you do to get them playing outside?
Home Educating During the Coronavirus
We are living in such an unusual time. A scary time for many. A word that most had never even heard of (unless they spent time reading the back of a Lysol can) has been a game changer in lives all over the entire world. Coronavirus. Who knew one word can put so much fear and make so many changes to what we know of as “everyday life”. It seems as every day, there are new protocols and new restrictions. One thing that has seemed to remain is the fact that many parents are now learning how to homeschool their children. Sure, teachers may be sending online support but parents are still having to find ways to make home educating work (and entertain) outside what the public schools offer.