Tag: Parents

Murphy’s Law

Trying to get Riley to the doctors for his 6mth needle appointment – First the rubber on the front door broke and I had to kick it shut from behind and go out the garage, then I finally got all Riley’s stuff in the…

Shine

Shine by Justine Edward Goodreads Synopsis: Shine is a children’s book with a BIG difference. Designed to empower and encourage, this series of positive affirmations will have children smiling from ear to ear. Illustrated by 7 yr old Karl Gabriel who has been diagnosed…

Dora – that super cool exploradora!

I’ll set the scene; I was having a bad day, came home from work and all I wanted to do was crawl into bed, all my son wanted was to play, not with his toys only with me, I needed a break, I’d had…

Children Learn What They Live

Children Learn What They Live, By Dorothy Law Nolte, Ph.D. If children live with criticism, they learn to condemn. If children live with hostility, they learn to fight. If children with fear, they learn to be apprehensive. If children live with pity, they learn to…

Weekly Photo Challenge: One

This is my son, he is my only ONE, an only child he be. He is my heart and soul, he makes me whole, and he sets my sprit free Also he is the sole focus of this photograph – so I think I…

Feeling Guilty

I find it hard to relax when I have things to do, house work, feed the kiddlet, play with the kiddlet, more house work, paid job work.  I feel guilty sitting down reading when there are things to be done and there is always…

Kiddlets

Kiddlets is a word I use instead of children, a cross between Kids and Piglets. Example – yeah Riley’s good, how are your kiddlets. It’s always been a me sort of word but when I yelled out to my husband tonight ‘have you got…