How To Teach Your Child To Make Decisions Decisions are the basis of all our lives. How to teach your child to make their own decisions, so they can practise a skill they will need their entire life. One of the things that drive us, mothers, crazy is having to repeat ourselves. It is almost […]
We usually think of dating in a romantic setting, rarely do we think of dating our kids in the same light. But why not? When dating is one of the fun ways to get to know someone. Dating your kids will improve your family life, and I am here to share how it has improved […]
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feel like you have fallen into a cookie jar. And the lactose intolerant child is catered for too. So it is like a cookie jar that does not discriminate.
I was thrown when my first child’s teacher reached out to tell us he is disruptive in class. We have only ever received rave reviews from teachers.
Before you can throw, “stick to your commitment” there are checks that are required before a commitment is made.
I will admit, I am not as graceful at stopping as the statement above may suggest. I kick and scream and try to see how far I can stretch not paying attention to the kids. Until I have the little one grab my leg, that’s usually the cue that I am bordering on child neglect. I then slink off and neglect the writing.
“Do you think my mom is also in heaven?” she asks.
“No, nana your mom…” I stop midway because I don’t know why her mom is not with her.
“Oh, she just doesn’t want me?” She sits on my bed and stares out of the window a hadeda bleats incessantly as if he, too, knows the sorrow holding up the walls in this house.