Setting Boundaries with Your Kids


From birth until high school graduation parent’s set established boundaries for their children. You desire to help you child become a better person by setting boundaries. The boundaries you set are to protect your child. With everything going on in the world around your child  needs  two specific types of boundaries.

 Entertainment: From toddlers to teens entertainment has always been a major issue. Television, music and technology are main concerns of parent’s. The boundaries regarding the three venue’s must be clear and concise.

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Road Trip Ready


I think every parent at some point dreads getting into the car with their kid. Whether it’s going across down or across the country, kids can drive you insane and you can become a distracted driver. Keeping your child safe and sound on the road means you have to keep your sanity.… [read more]

Let Your Child Fail


Let’s face it, parent’s want their kids to win. From sports to school competitions winning is drilled into kids from the time they can crawl. But as parent’s are we really sending the right message?

Winning isn’t everything and it isn’t the end of your child’s world. You have to let your kid fail. Kids need to fail. It’s part of life. Your child needs to know he or she won’t always win.

Their lives will be filled with disappointments and it’s your job to let them learn from those disappointments. Why should you let your child fail?… [read more]

Give Your Child the Gift of Giving

kids-volunteer-giveIt’s hard to believe it’s only eight weeks until Christmas! Your kids have probably already started making out their Christmas list. Unfortunately, it’s also the time for kids to have the “I wants”.

As a parent you’re torn between getting your kid everything they want and teaching them it’s better to give than receive. The holiday season can be a very stressful time for parent’s but it doesn’t have to be. This is a great time to give your child the gift of giving.

Regardless of their age, kids want everything and sometimes don’t understand they don’t need it all. It’s your job to teach them they don’t need everything. You have to teach them the true meaning of the season.  Give your child the gift of giving this holiday.… [read more]

Farrah Abraham Defends Her Parenting Choices On Bethenny Frankel’s Talk Show (VIDEO)

Farrah Abraham Defends Her Parenting Choices On Bethenny Frankel's Talk Show (VIDEO)

Part-time novelist and full-time D-Lister, Farrah Abraham defended her parenting decisions on Bethenny Frankel‘s new talk show, Bethenny.  Farrah took to her 3-year-old daughter’s forehead and waxed her eyebrows and thought it was perfectly normal to do, after all her daughter had a uni-brow and how horrible is that, right?

When Farrah appeared on the Bethenny show last week an audience members decided to question her parenting choices.  One audience member got really upset at Farrah for waxing Sophia’s eyebrows, the disagreement got so heated Bethenny had to step in to calms things down.

In defense of waxing her daughter’s eyebrows Farrah told the crowd, “After that whole situation in the media, I actually got a lot of fan mail from girls who were younger, who did have unibrows, and they only wished that their moms would have helped them.”

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Mother Turns Naptime into Magical Dreamland Adventures


Queenie Liao created a nap time adventure  series that leaves us all wondering what babies dream about.

In her beautiful photographic series Wengenn in Wonderland (see vid and a selection of pictures below), the Chinese mother explores her sleeping son’s exploration into a world of fantasy, colour and imagination.

Impressively, the mother of three created the backdrops of Wengenn’s dreams with ordinary items found around the house.

This fairy-tale like world sees Wengenn float through the air to a castle in the sky, swing on a trapeze while an audience of animals watch on, get beamed up to a space ship and take his teddy bear out for a romantic dinner.… [read more]