January 22, 2018

Archives for April 2012

Back From Retreat

I am back from the retreat! Rested, refreshed and raring to go? No – why? Because I had to come home early Saturday morning because I was SICK! So I am rested after 2 days in bed, refreshed not so much! Next up for refreshment is heading to my mom’s for a Mother’s day luncheon treat! 2 […]

Another Sunday In the Life!!

Our family goes to church on Sundays, almost every Sunday. It is part of the fabric of who we are! We belong to a family of believers and this is part of what we are honored to be able to do being part of this family. We have gone to church on Sunday ALL of […]

Next Stop: Ladies Retreat

This weekend, I am heading to a ladies retreat through our church. A much loved event. Why? It fills up my love tank, refreshes my brain and my heart. I come home ready to enter the fray with a usually calmer demeanor. A win-win for all.  My family also enjoys me being gone. Daddy time […]

Getting Enough Sleep

In children, even minor sleep deprivation can affect their ability to learn. It begins impairing memory, attention, and ability to concentrate. Because babies are unable to talk about how they feel, and older kids and teenagers can be poor judges of their own sleepiness, it is up to us to know the signs of sleep […]

Simple Tips for a Teen Driver: Forming Your Own Plan

When one of your kids starts to get towards the age of 14, 15 and 16 the thoughts about driving begin to become reality. This can often be one of the most stressful tasks in parenting when it comes to the teenage years, so even the faintest of tips can often help out. Still, perhaps […]

Great Way to Relieve Frustration

Thanks Tiger Woods – We  learned a new frustration relieving technique this week watching golf. You think it will catch on?! Like this video? Click the like button below! About the author: By Matt HellstromMatt is the parent (along with his wife Julie) to five wonderful kids. He has been self-employed for 25+ years and […]

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