Pregnancy is like a rollercoaster, you’ll be excited to get on with a dose of ‘what I am doing’ added in. Along with the highs and lows, you will question whether you are cut out for being a parent. But pregnancy is a journey with an amazing destination at the end of it.
With summer just about here, that means the nice weather is here (hopefully to stay) and it is a great time to get the kids outside for some fun. Many parents have found, with video games and electronics, that has gotten hard to get kids outside to play and off the devices. The best ways to get kids outside and active is to find fun ways to get them excited to be outside.
Kids are active during the summer. Whether you are spending your time at the beach, poolside, at a lake or even just a park, there are so many things that can be used as learning experiences for kids.
The lovely stage of adolescence that we’ve all gone through seems to be a breeze when we’re younger, but once we become parents and reach the teen years, it’s not so easy. Teenagers are a whole new stage of parenthood that can test your patience and strength.
There are so many amazing milestones in your child’s life from the day that they’re born. From their first steps to their first words to their first day at school, these are the kinds of things that you will remember for the rest of your life as a parent. However, as they get older, the milestones that they hit seem to be pulling them further and further away from you and turning them into more and more of an independent person. And there’s no single milestone that does this more powerfully than the day they move out and head off to college.
Choosing to bring another life into the world is a very exciting decision to make, but it comes with a certain amount of trepidation, anxiety and mixed feelings. Life is full of uncertainty, so this life-changing decision must be carefully planned. The following article highlights some things you need to think about before making a family commitment.
Teenagers are often reluctant to talk about their feelings, which makes things even harder. They may also pose some very awkward questions about your divorce. Questions you’re not ready to answer. However hard things get, the bottom line is that your teenager needs you during this time of transition.
Just in time for summer, Get Out and Grow, is launching an incentive encouraging students to head outside and get planting, growing and learning about just where fruit and vegetables come from.