Soccer popularity is at an all-time high in the United States. Whether you know it or not it is actually the #1 team sport practiced by the youth of our nation. With schoolin full swing (especially in the Chaarlotte), kids of all ages will be participating in their after-school soccer leagues.
Here’s an educational childhood enrichment activity that works for children all ages. It’s a “sort.” A sort is simply this: a child looks through different objects and … Read more
When it comes to Halloween, you do not have to spend a lot of money on decorations when you use your imagination. Of course, one … Read more
I love to read, and I always wanted to teach my children to love reading as well. It seems strange to me, but my husband … Read more
Why is writing so important? Writing is about thinking, creating, and expression. When we write we are using the highest level of processing- creating. (See … Read more
Decorations, costumes and candies are your (and mine) main concerns during this time of the year besides job and family. So I have decided to ease things for you by compiling a list with 30 easy diy costumes for all the little maniacs. Take your time, grab a sheet of paper and a pencil, navigate through the list and make this Halloween the most remarkable day of your child’s life! Note that this is not only a simple costume, it’s a parent-child memory (especially if you involve him in the creation process), so devote yourself entirely!
The other week, I was upstairs, trying to put the baby to sleep. I heard my son come to the base of the stairs and … Read more
A little over a year ago, I started working on the decluttering process. The whole minimalism movement is getting a little cliché now, I know, … Read more
There is a chance I might throw away (or recycle, or donate, or regift) a gift you gave to my child. And I’m really, really … Read more
Our first-born son was happy to sit and read books with us for 45 minutes at a time before he was even a year old. … Read more