Stay Safe! Teaching Kids to be Careful

About a year ago, my sister shared a story with me about how a young child got into a fatal car accident.  The mom was ordering food at the counter of a fast food chain, and the child was running around. The mom just let him be, and without knowing it, the child had run […]

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Kyle Shares – Teaching Kids Charity

When Kyle turned one, we started an annual charity event.  I want it to be a family tradition during Kyle’s birthday that we spend time with less fortunate kids.  I know that at age one, Kyle won’t understand what was happening. But I wanted to start while he was young, to lay the foundations for […]

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Cultivating Thankfulness

From the time Kyle first learned how to talk, we taught him to say thank you.  We call them the “polite words” on his list. Those two words are very, very important.  Every time Kyle receives something, we make sure he says thank you. We remind him to say thank you to everyone, even if […]

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Mommy Talks – Work or Stay-at-Home?

There have been many articles on the pros and cons of working moms and stay-at home moms. From personal experience, it seems to me like working moms have been getting more positive feedback, both online and offline.  It’s a sensitive topic, and usually mothers on either side of the fence disagree with each other. I’m […]

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Potty Training 101: Lessons with Kyle

I’ve never had problems dealing with Kyle when it comes to training and discipline.  But potty training was the most challenging experience I’ve had so far.   When I enrolled Kyle in a new school in May of 2017, the teacher asked if we can start potty training Kyle because some of his classmates can […]

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Saying “NO” to Our Kids Will Never Be Enough

Saying “NO” to Our Kids Will Never Be Enough

Most of us parents deal with our kids in the present. We sometimes forget about the future. We solve current problems yet we tend to disregard the impact an action will have on our kid’s character. One of our goals as parents is to keep an eye on our kid’s future. We should want to […]

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My Top 10 Pregnancy Essentials

Pregnancy Essentials

Pregnancy is a tough game and is far from being a walk in the park. And that’s why we moms should be proud to have been so brave to go through all those things. I thought of sharing a few things that made my pregnancy more bearable and I would love to hear about some […]

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A Mom’s View on Child’s Independence

A Mom’s View on Child’s Independence

Sure, their adult years seem like a lifetime away, but it’s never too early to teach your child how to stand on his own two feet. ~Linda DiProperzio When you are a mom, especially if it’s your first time, it seems like you are in a constant state of fear. When Kyle was just a […]

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