because it happened. Although I border on the spoiling part. I bought the tickets to take them away for March break somewhere tropical…volleyball, beach, snorkelling, diving, swimming in the ocean, sun, fun. All at triple the price…because its March break! What caused me to do this?...I thought of all the mornings i leave the house before they even wake up so I can get to work…then they wait for me to get home. I cannot always be close by but this job as it takes so much away in time…its going to have to pay up to give me quality moments with them before they grow all up and leave. I feel blessed in so many ways….and equally for making this decision.
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my son 11 years had been throught the WII phase, the PS2 phase, the guitar hero and rock bank phases as well as roadblocks and we have never had too much trouble. Except with x-box he is completely addicted not sure if its the system or the games I wonder if its a phase but worry he is going to get too far into it. This week I had to put an end to it. No more on any weekdays except for the weekends. So far so good, then I notices he was always on the ipod…arrgggh!!! so I also took this away for weekdays…enjoy this on weekends only. He has so much talent with baseball his passion (besides the x-box.. bad joke) he wasnt being prepared or grasping coaches directions. So I had to end it…he wasnt happy but he did accept this and with 5 hours or more of training a week he needs to be focused. He doesnt know what to do with himself at home so I have been making myself available to play cards or games and today we went to the bookstore and he picked out some books for more reading time. I dont want him to not be able to play just I need to make sure Im the responsible parent and not let x-box rule his world or be his entertainment.
it was our first time out this year but got to the more challenging hills by the afternoon. First hour was horrible…he was cranky, I was cranky too because he was wining about not being a superstar first times down. Afterwards he got it and we enjoyed a nice day together about 15 runs in today. Had a nice lunch we packed and he has been so hyper when he got home from excitment. THis was a beautiful day – and we will go again during the next weeks for night skiing. Taking him snowboarding is something that I get to do with him just the two of us, hope he remembers these times. I will.
is supporting my ex-husband. No not financially but supporting him when its his week and that the kids should be with him, and not interfering so he can have the room to grow into a good single father. THat when the kids are playing both sides sometimes I have to show them I am still united with him when it comes to discapline and respect. I hope they understand this someday that Its for them to be good, kind, responsible, constructive and well raised children.
not supposed to be my day but I dont care. When I can carve out time with her alone its so good. Today I watched her play hockey she scored 2nd goal of game and her team won. Then we went our shopping, luckily i was able to do it just her and I today…so nice she is funny beautiful, smart and my favorite person to be with. Like hanging out with me when I was young..but we have such a good open relationship its easier than I had with my mom. I am so happy…today and thankful for this time.
I was sooo proud, every year I presented at this event and now today was my day to bring in my daughter. Everyone loved her, every one said how she looked like me…i must say It makes you feel so good, and she was happy to be there. For the morning she learned about the company, then I took her out for lunch with my girlfriends for sushi, then she got taken out for starbucks by others in the office while i was in a meeting. She didnt love the Insurance Industry – as she has other aspirations but it was a great proud day for me as she was so gracious and mature there. I love my girl! And now I can look forward to this in another few years with the boy!
and brother-in-law. The kids have grown up so much from last year. No tantrums, less fighting. So for my son this past semester he brought up his grades from a C to all B’s and A’s while moving, going through the divorce. We swam, went tubing, water skiing, archery, shooting. Watching movies…and over all the best is that there was no fighting. My Dad was there and brother in law who are great role models, as well as my sister for my daughter. GOOD WILSON MORALS AND BONDING!!!!
baseball team and when the coach came to shake his hand and deliver this news the look on his face was beaming with excitement. This will be a fun summer for him playing on 2 teams with a bunch of boys his same age. Before he played in a smaller league where they only had one team to play against and it was made up of alot of younger kids so the older ones werent aloud to hit too hard. He also received three awards at school, one for mutual respect (something he was struggling with) one for leadership and another for participation. When I saw the picture of his cute face smiling so big!!! it was one of the best feelings and it also felt like just when you think you are sucking as a parent then something like this happens to restore some faith!
4 days in and doing well. I noticed that my youngest is seeming happier and referring to it as his new home, he has met some other boys and playing road hockey with them, my daughter is close to her friends and happier. I feel healthier and happier as this was a move in the right direction. Less fighting for them to have to be exposed and moving from the country means being able to hang with friends easily. I just want to see them succeed as well roun ded, grounded individuals who have a good sence of themselves, family, respect and morales.
My little boy always wanting to see him be happy – as Parents we would do anything, sometimes against out better judgement because we really believe and have faith in our children’s intentions. Sometimes he’s mischeivious as boys are and boisterous and crazy. I discipline, and the dissapointment always fades as fast as his getting into trouble and I tend to let him get away with what ever it was. Yes he has to go to bed early, he loses dessert and video games, tv…etc. Personally Im so scared of the day he will be grown up and I wont see him as much. I truly want to raise a great young man.
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