Boys are surely are different than girls and now having two there are just some things that I can not get use to as a boy mom. Here are 3.
My husband and I recently received the Lists To Love by books and they are pretty darn awesome.
This is Us is a new drama series on NBC that is a great family friendly show encompassing real life. In a recent episode, a wife’s actions and perspective resonated with me. I share how.
Earlier this month Alfred Duncan had the interwebs all abuzz with his surprise proposal and wedding for his, now wife, Sherrell. Like always people had something to say. But I’m just asking, do you know what that took to pull that off??
One young woman’s story of dating BC (before Christ). Yearning for something that no man could fulfill, her identity, completely wrapped in being with a man, having the title of being his in order to be seen as worthwhile. The first of a two part series.
Making the transition from wife or significant other to coparent will send a flood of emotions coursing through you. Break-ups and divorce are never fun, and children only complicate it. But choosing to work together will be one of the best things you can do for your them.
Even when a relationship goes left, you can still do right by your kids. By choosing to actively work with your ex for the sake of your children through coparenting, you can make mounds of positive changes in the development, behavior and overall view of life for your child.
I really wish that parents would police their children’s activities. Doing things like keeping tabs, imposing rules, and you know actively parenting.
There is a right and a wrong way to do almost anything, and just like most other things, it’s all subjective. But I have a list of things you may be doing “not right” in your coparenting, thus messing up coparenting.
When we got married, it wasn’t that we both sought marriage. We actually were really good with our friendship. Our marriage was a calling, per se.
There are times in life when thing are just messy. We can chose to hide, turn away and curl in a ball, or we can find the silver lining, the creamy center, the JOY!