Organizing a Kid’s Room

When your child wants to save everything… As you can see from my prior blog postings, I love to organization.  But I have child who does not.  I recently told him that the sight of his room, literally, puts me into a panic attack.  His response, “Mama, I think you are being a little dramaticContinue reading “Organizing a Kid’s Room”

Gardening and the local gang of bunnies

I don’t have a “green thumb”.  I rarely can keep anything besides a cactus or succulent plant alive in my house for more than 2 months.  However, I do like to garden (or attempt to) with my kids.  Let me tell you, we have had many, many, many failed years of gardens.  Gardens destroyed byContinue reading “Gardening and the local gang of bunnies”

Working with Challenging Opportunities

I want to start off this post with a quick explanation: I define challenging opportunities as those who might be defined as challenging to work with.  Therefore, those whom many of us try to avoid; individuals that you know will cause drama, challenges, throw-up barriers, along the way; those who just enjoy butting the system;Continue reading “Working with Challenging Opportunities”

When your child wants to save everything…

As you can see from my prior blog postings, I love to organization.  But I have child who does not.  I recently told him that the sight of his room, literally, puts me into a panic attack.  His response, “Mama, I think you are being a little dramatic and you’re still alive.”  I think heContinue reading “When your child wants to save everything…”

Vacationing with Kids is not a Vacation

I love making memories with my kids.  I enjoy taking them places and sharing new experiences with them.  I hope these experiences have an impact on them as they continue to grow and learn about history, science, government, sports, civic service, etc.  However, that goes without saying that taking kids on trips is hard work!! Continue reading “Vacationing with Kids is not a Vacation”