My husband wanted to make us look like Buddhist Monks, but we had Christmas family photos that night. As a compromise, we shaved the boys' heads, and kept the girls' hair longer.
Category: Problem Child
I've always been grateful to have the ability to be a stay-at-home mom. Now I remember how hard it was to work and raise kids at the same time. This is going to be interesting.
Go to the bathroom, yes. Play in the bathroom, yes. Report to his teacher that he went potty, yes. ACTUALLY pee-pee in the potty? Nope.
My parenting fails have included the usual mishaps, but my largest parenting fails have mostly indicated that it's tricky to keep track of so many kids. In the fall, five or six years ago, we went on a family picnic. It was a nice area with trees and room to let the kids run
I'd like to show our problem solving attempts; what has made a difference in our every day interactions, and over the long haul.
Kindergarten began with the hope that our problem child would be a little more mature and cooperative. Kindergarten ended with dashed hopes, and his teacher's early retirement
How do I go about disciplining smaller kids in my house? If you ask my mom and sisters, they will tell you that I don't. That's not really my fault, though!
The problem came down to a lack of both 'benevolent leadership' and 'internal locus of control'.
In these beautiful moments, I felt as if I was as close to seeing the face of God as I would ever be in this life.
Time flies, especially when you are arguing with the world's most determined litigator...