Kids/Family/Life, Parenting & Family

Our Child Has Asthma, Seasonal Allergies & Food Allergies – (How he and we learn to live with them) #parenting

Our son has had seasonal allergies for as long as I can remember. And he has severe allergies. If he has an attack, his eyes get so red, itchy and watery and even gets to the point of puffiness that his eyes will swell shut. Never mind the runny nose and itchy throat that makes him cough and sometimes causes…

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Kids/Family/Life, Music/Movies, Parenting & Family, Reviews/Giveaways

To Watch, or Not to Watch the Series, “13 Reasons Why”. #13ReasonsWhy #parenting

“13 Reasons Why” is a Netflix original series based off the young adult book. The story is about teenage suicide after she had been bullied, abused, harassed, assaulted by her peers, and even betrayed by some of her closest friends because of lies and rumors. Before she commits to suicide, she makes 13 cassette tapes. Each tape tells the story…

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Kids/Family/Life, Parenting & Family

Tips That May Help Your Child Keep Their Rooms Cleaned (I repeat, MAY help) #parenting #kids

Almost every single time. Getting our boys to clean their rooms is like pulling teeth sometimes. I don’t get it either because if they just put away what they are playing with when they are done before getting something else out, they wouldn’t have much to clean at the end of the day. Nope, instead they have to tear everything…

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Kids/Family/Life, Parenting & Family

Why We Don’t Let Our Kids Just Quit Youth Sports #kids #parenting #youthsports

I know that sounds harsh but we have our reasons.  Now I firmly believe there are certain situations and reasons why parents should let their kids quit. There could be issues with the coach, the sports organization, bullying, concerns for your child’s safety etc.  But when I say we don’t let our kids “just” quit, I mean we don’t let…

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Crafting & DIY, Kids/Family/Life, Parenting & Family

Spring Family Crafting Project with Recycled Items #kids #crafting

Our youngest brought home a family project to do in April from his first grade Teacher.  Since it’s April, it had to be a Spring scene and they couldn’t draw or color anything.  The whole scene had to be made from recycled items.  So I gathered up some old magazines, straws, bottle caps, and I also had some of those…

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