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.
Tag: problem solving
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.
With all of the kids home for summer vacation, the number of cups around the kitchen have gotten out of hand. When you have to run the dishwasher twice a day, it's time to get crafty.
My favorite thing about the game was playing as a team with my kids to complete certain objectives. This means everyone is involved all of the time, instead of always waiting for a turn.
Achieving any goal means going in with the right game plan. So use the tips in this post to forge your strategy for single-parenting success. You'll appreciate the edge these ideas can give you, and for that matter, so will your kids.
I'd like to show our problem solving attempts; what has made a difference in our every day interactions, and over the long haul.
Don't be afraid to enlist the creative help your kids can offer... well, be a little afraid.