You so want to move over Dr Seuss books but don't know what to read to your child Here are some musthave funny books for your child's book rack. Personally, my kids just can't have enough of reading these Also, these make for awesome birthday gifts or back presents. 1 The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt, Oliver...
The Top 10 Things Kids Want Their Parents to Do with Them (based on research). Such a good list of reminders of what matters most to our kids. This really is a great article. Good, doable ideas on ways to connect with our kids.
Black parents may want to believe that society has moved on from racial bias, but that belief can undermine their ability to advocate for their children.</span><a href="http://parenting.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/12/11/racial-bias-in-discipline-what-if-your-childs-school-is-harder-on-some-kids-than-others/" class="more-link">Read more...</a>
Moving Past Perfect: How Perfectionism May Be Holding Back Your Kids (and You!) and What You Can Do About It - A friendly and enlightening guide helps parents move their kids—and their whole family—past harmful perfectionism.
SIX THINGS EVERY FRESHMAN NEEDS TO KNOW // "Convictions are never an excuse not to love. If I could write a letter to every incoming freshman who doesn’t want to waste their college, I would want to say six things to them before they move to campus. It applies to their anxious parents, too..." Read more at http://www.desiringgod.org/blog/posts/6-things-every-freshman-needs-to-know