Tag Archive: DISCIPLINE

Three Cookies (a tragic poem about the love and depravity of mothers)

CHARACTER NURTURING: Tangible Ways to Discipline (part 4 of 4)

I feel like I just wrote a chapter in a book so might I suggest reading this in doses or getting a nice cup of coffee and settling in! Writing about things I… Continue reading

CHARACTER NURTURING: The Greatest is LOVE! (part 3 of 4)

  I shared in Part 1 that “good behavior” could be produced without love BUT “good character” could only be produced with love. For the first 3 years, Oldest and I were miserable… Continue reading

CHARACTER NURTURING: A Look Inward (part 2 of 4)

I am so glad you have chosen to nurture your child’s character instead of just working hard to produce good behavior! As stated in Part 1, we first have to know our children… Continue reading

There’s A 90% Chance Your Sweet Little Boy Will Hit You!

  BACKGROUND: My middle child was 19 months old. My oldest was at swim lessons with the best swim teacher EVER (We love you Ms. Suzy!!) SCENE: At the park by Ms. Suzy’s… Continue reading

What I Planned To Eat

SCENE: Driving home after a long evening of shopping at three different grocery stores. Why I cannot find a store that carries everything I need I’ll never know. Will Power and I had… Continue reading

Just Say “NO” to Potty Training!

After successfully “training” my Oldest to sleep through the night, the next big step was potty training. I was a new mom whose close friends were quite useless since they themselves didn’t have… Continue reading

CHARACTER NURTURING: Making The Choice to Know Our Children (part 1 of 4)

First off I have to say, this is all my opinion. The only backing I have to any of this is personal experience, a college degree in Education and some stuff I heard… Continue reading