“My kid lies to me…” How to Respond and What to Do

Think of the times you’ve told a lie. In your mind, it was probably justified. You had no choice. The alternative would’ve been much worse. It didn’t hurt anyone. No one will find out anyway. The truth just wasn’t good enough. While children may not be able to articulate these excuses, more or less, they […]

6 Ways Homeschoolers Can Socialize As Said By Homeschoolers

When it comes to homeschooling, one of the biggest concerns for parents who are either new to homeschooling or just thinking about it is… socialization. “If my child has no classmates, how will s/he socialize?” While this is a big concern, you can rest easy knowing that there are ways you can get your homeschooled child to […]

Potty Training 101: When to Potty Train Your Child and How to Do It

As your child grows up, there are a few things that he or she has to be weaned off. What’s an example? Diapers! Your child can’t be wearing diapers forever. But how do you know when to start transitioning your child from diapers to the toilet? And are there particular steps that you have to […]

The Emotional Stages of Sending Your Kids to School

The first day of school is always a big day–for both the kids and parents! From waking up (late!) and preparing the kids’ meals, to getting to school on time and watching them walk to class, it’s a roller coaster of emotions that’s for sure. Today, we broke down the entire ‘journey’ into 15 emotional […]