Father’s day good news and reflections . .

It’s been several years since dad passed away. Forty-five to be exact. I was 10 years old, yet the day is as vivid and fresh in my mind as ever. I won’t rehash every detail of that day or how it affected our lives growing up; but I will say, how very special it was to…

Cherish Your Kids – They Grow Fast

If you are a new parent, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed; this may continue for some time, but rest assured you will get the hang of it and will soon notice that you are getting a nice routine down packed.  Well, seemingly operating on “autopilot”

Christmas traditions – 7 values to teach your Children about Christmas!

Whether you realize it or not from your “Baby’s First Christmas” they are actually being taught and shown your vision of the  meaning of Christmas and also how they should celebrate. Suffice it to say, when most children think of Christmas, they think of santa, presents, yummy sweets and Christmas shows – as they should,…

6 Questions to Ask during a Parent Teacher Conference

Be prepared ! We’ve begun a new school year. For those parents who do not necessarily have A+ students you more than likely feel a certain sense of anxiety whenever it’s time to meet and discuss your child’s achievements. Likely, you may feel worried about hearing negative comments. What parent wants to hear anything but…