Great post.School is out for the summer and children everywhere are running, jumping, and playing...oh, wait. That could be wrong. I personally know of two children who are fighting over whose turn it is to play a video game.
This is nice post.I had a really neat childhood. My brothers and I went to school in the city, but nearly every weekend, plus holidays and summers, were spent on our beloved grandparents' farm. In the city, I learned to be quite the little lady.
Back when I was a kid, I was pretty much allowed to roam the neighborhood until it was time to come home for dinner! I and most other parents these days could not even fathom allowing our kids to do that.There comes a time when you have to take the training wheels off, and let them walk on their own
It only happens once a year, but Halloween is a fun time for the whole family. This is one of those holidays (wait, is Halloween actually classed as a holiday?) that a blended family can really sink their vampire teeth into and have a great time with.
One of the hardest steps that a blended family take is in getting all of the kids to get along and realize that they are now on big family and on the same team. It can sometimes take a while to get there, but today we have a few tips for you to try and help this relationship along.