Questions

15 Inappropriate Tidbits My Sons have Overshared about their Kid Bits:

Some may say this article is TMI, but of those I have shared this topic with, I often hear a sigh of relief, knowing their kids aren’t the only ones who are obsessed with their private parts.  I have three boys so I can only speak to the male anatomy, but again, from talking with …

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Signs Your Child is Struggling at School (Follow Up from WFLA News Channel 8 Segment)

Are YOU checking in with your child on a regular basis to ensure they are having a positive experience at school? School is well under way but there are still those children that are adjusting and getting used to their new surroundings.  There are also those children who may have been thriving at the beginning of the school …

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NBC Dateline Follow Up: Important Gun Safety Tips

Gun safety is too important of a topic to avoid.  Recently featured on the Dateline NBC series, ‘My Kid Would Never Do That’: Gun Safety, my children, along with others, were placed in various situations that exposed them to guns.  The parents and I nervously watched on, hoping our kids would make the right choice.  Not all …

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Answering Questions When We Don’t Have The Answers:

I love the fact that my son is so inquisitive and feels comfortable asking me anything.  There are certain topics though that can be uncomfortable for many reasons.  Perhaps we as parents might not know the answers or maybe we don’t want to face these questions in our own minds.  The other day, my 5-year-old …

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Turning Questions into Life Lessons

I always think it’s great when kids are inquisitive and ask questions, because they are generally interested in learning. Sometimes though, these questions can make us feel uncomfortable and leave us scrambling for the right answers, while other times it’s a hidden learning opportunity that we must uncover. My youngest son, who is 3, loves …

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