The best way to get your kid off Xbox is to say mildly embarrassing things while they're on the mic with their friends.
At least they won 🤗
First kid is in the Spelling Bee- review the full list for 3 weeks leading up to the big day.
Second kid is in the Spelling Bee-- choose a few words at random a couple nights before and agree that whatever happens happens.
Thank God we only have 2 kids. A third wouldn't have stood a chance. 😁
I frequently say, "This homework is so dumb."
That's probably not great parenting.
Every hair cut.
Every good decision.
Every stolen base.
Every awesome report card.
He looks older with every step.
Pretty sure I have more apps for my kids' schools and sports than my own stuff at this point.
This is a really good one.
We are here x 2, and these articles that take a realistic look are so much more helpful than some of the preechy and anecdotal others.
I looooove that most of my kids' friends' parents are like-minded. But it is hard to have rules when it not only *seems* like everyone else is allowed...but pretty much everyone else is allowed.
This is really good.
Our kids are not "Free range"; I fall somewhere between Paranoid Helicopter and CTFD Parenting, but this is so interesting.
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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