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At Their Own Pace

The journey of parenting is a challenging one no doubt, but I can honestly say I’m learning just as much from my boys as they are probably learning from me.  No one person is the same and that’s so true … Continue reading

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Secret Surprises

It’s hard being a kid and constantly being told “don’t do this,” “why did you do that,” and the list goes on.  I remember, when I was a kid, it seemed like I was always doing something wrong and could … Continue reading

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Immediate Gradification

As I sit back and reminisce about my childhood and compare it to kids today I’m reminded now times are definitely changing.  In my opinion teaching this generation their core sense of values is hard especially when society is working against … Continue reading

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A Parenting Asset of a Small Town

We’ve all heard and know how true it is that it takes a village to raise a child, and this day in age that statement couldn’t be more true.  Thankfully our family members are the start of that village, but … Continue reading

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Frustration to Teaching to Proud Moments

As we all know, when we have kids, we as parents are their first teachers and the kids are experiencing everything for the first time.  Whether it be the first time they experience snow, a balloon, or a challenging social … Continue reading

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