Lunch Note Promise

Lunch Note Promise

Do your kids take their lunch to school? When Taylor was at public school he did quite often, now as homeschoolers we eat lunches here at home a lot when we aren’t on the go. When he was little I used to like to pack little notes in with his lunch. I had to be clever about this though because it could not be anything too embarrassing for him – … Continue Reading →
Video Blog – Obama’s Education Speech

Video Blog – Obama’s Education Speech

Today I am doing my very first video blog post (of me). It is a little scary for me to do this, but it is all part of me saying YES to more things on my journey! Enjoy! You can find the links I refer to in the video on my original post about President Obama’s speech. PS – Ignore the junk on the floor in the background. I still … Continue Reading →
Is your child car seat safe?

Is your child car seat safe?

I have written about the topic of safety with child car seats in the past. It is a topic that I take very seriously, and so does Hubby. When we had Taylor many years ago we were a little over-the-top in testing everything out folks thought, but we wanted to make sure we did our job as parents the best that we could. Hubby was in charge of the car … Continue Reading →
Texting While Driving PSA

Texting While Driving PSA

I saw this on The Today Show this morning. It is a Public Service Announcement that was made in England, but it applies just as much here in the United States. It is about how dangerous it is to text (message) while driving. While many people say they understand how dangerous it is, those same people admit to doing it. WARNING: This is a very graphic video – not for … Continue Reading →
Momfinitions

Momfinitions

It seems us moms have our own unique language that pops up throughout the lives of our children. Even now I am still coming up with new ones. ParentsConnect.com and TwitterMoms want to know about all of our “momfinitions” – you can play along or just read the fun stuff others have come up with. Teen Eyes: the constant state of rolling the eyes seen in nearly all teenagers. The … Continue Reading →