So as many of you recall, I have told you that it has been a struggle while trying to parent young adults in a pandemic. My 18 year old struggles the most because she wants to go out and hang with her friends. Theaters aren’t open and I do not like visitors because my area … More COVID-19 Worries Hit Home
Yesterday after my children and I arrived home, my 14 year old ran into the computer room and asked me about hand sanitizer. I really didn’t think much about her reason behind asking. I blurted out the location and went back to what I was doing. About ten minutes later my 22 year old walked … More When Opening The States Causes Confusion With Teenagers
We are living in a stressful time and people are suffering all over the world. Right now would be a really good time to pick up a hobby or start a new project to get your mind off of the stressful junk. It feels like we are in the middle of a boat that’s headed … More Don’t Keep It In, Write It Out!
We are coming to the end of the second month of school closings. As we approach the months ahead I think it is important for us as parents to talk to our children about their feelings and their anxiety over missing out on special events. Many of these milestones are once in a lifetime events … More The Pieces Of Childhood Our Children Will Never Get Back