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Cherish Your Kids – They Grow Fast

Enjoying quality time
Enjoying quality time

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” Continue reading Cherish Your Kids – They Grow Fast

6 Questions to Ask during a Parent Teacher Conference

Success begins with you
Success begins with you

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 praise concerning their children’s progress? I know I did. Unfortunately my experience was not always the best. Thankfully, my son’s teacher’s were always as concerned as I regarding my his academic achievement.

Concerned, caring teachers are a Godsend. Continue reading 6 Questions to Ask during a Parent Teacher Conference

Life Lessons – We are all connected…


So…I’m sitting here watching a wonderful Disney classic – “Pocahontas” for around the 5th or 6th time.

As I watch [many wonderful memories come to mind] priceless memories, of the times I’ve viewed this movie and so many other Disney Classics with my child so many years ago…

What beautiful words – Can you sing with all the voices of the mountain? Can you paint with all the colors of the wind?

Many, many valuable lessons are taught within this wonderful film – Listen with your heart, you will understand. ~ Grandmother Willow

What a beautiful reminder for us all – to re-examine our views of one another and of every living thing…after all, we are all connected to each other, in a circle, in a hoop that never ends. ~ Pocahontas ♡

Have you seen this movie?  I’d love to know which is your favorite part, or lyric.

As always, until next time ~

D. Linn Whorley