Category: Parenting

3 ways to raise tough kids

If you want your children to be successful, raise them to be emotionally and mentally tough. Tough people don’t get upset easily.  They are resilient in the face of adversity. They are great problem solvers, focusing on ways to deal … Continue reading

Why boredom is not a problem to be solved

“I’m bored,” whether uttered by a four or fourteen year-old, usually prompts parents to become entertainers and event planners. I guess someone wrote that our job description included being responsible for making sure that our kids never experience boredom. This … Continue reading

5 things you must know about breastfeeding

World Breastfeeding Week 2015 was August 1-7.  You can say, “Becky, your blog missed it!”  But, really, the blog didn’t – my work during that week was visiting (and supporting) a niece that is expecting her first. Her question, “How … Continue reading

Predict the future with a test at age 5

Teachers are among the most caring and dedicated people I know.  However, through no fault of their own, they are using a curriculum that does little to help our kids be successful in life. If I was in charge of … Continue reading

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