Teaching Your Child Responsibility with a Family Dog
We all know that dogs are our best friends. And they hold that title for obvious reasons. They bring so much joy and love to the family and they become a regular sight in the family photo book. We’d go so far and say that it’s well-deserved. However, did you know that dogs have the ability to help you raise your child? Yes, your pooch can teach your kid a thing or two about responsibility, self-esteem and healthy living habits. You’re wondering how? Let us walk you through the whole process.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Disney’s NEW Minnie, Helping Hearts DVD releases on Tuesday, February 5th, 2018. We have a Minnie-crazed four-year-old in our home. She even gets to meet Minnie next month at Disney World!
I am sure that most of you have heard of the five love languages that adults and children alike have. Getting to know your child’s love language is a big step in building a loving, strong relationship between you and them! This Valentine’s Day, think a little outside the box. Figure out your child’s love language and truly show them your love for them in a way they can feel!
5 Tips for Returning to Work after Maternity Leave
Every woman who has ever had to return to work after maternity leave has faced very similar questions, problems and anxieties. All those issues are real, natural and expected and it’s completely down to us to deal with them appropriately. Just like every other major change in our lives and daily routines, going back to work and leaving your young one is quite stressful and the way we manage that stress has a direct impact on both our life and the life of our family. Continue reading →
Parenting is a difficult job—-there is no manual for a specified set of issues, no easy button one can press when faced with having to make difficult choices. Finding the delicate balance between protecting them from negative influence and allowing them the freedom to experience the natural consequences of their own choices is one of the hardest things we do as parents.