Alternative Questions to “How Was Your Day”

After another eight hours of work, and a whole day of school, spending time with the family is a highly anticipated part of your daily life! These pockets of bonding moments give you chances to learn about your kid’s day, how they’re feeling, and to simply get to know them — their likes and dislikes […]

5 Statements That Can Hurt Your Child’s Self-Confidence

Parents are every child’s first cheerleaders. They use words to motivate their kids in class activities, in games or sports, or in their little tasks everyday. With the regular occurrence of these words and statements at home, parents don’t realize that some words help tear down, rather than build up, their child’s confidence. We asked […]

7 Ways to Have Better Conversations with Your Kids

There’s a scene in the 90s movie Matilda that bothered me when I first saw it and thanks to a re-watch on Netflix, it bothers me to this day. Granted there are a lot of bothersome images in that film but this one in particular is where Danny DeVito’s character, the dad, told his six-year-old […]