A lot of times stay-at-home parents are stereotyped as ‘having it easy’. It’s thought that we sit at home watching television and eat fattening food until our little angels come in the door from school. That’s humorous.
Recently in the last few months, my oldest son said he wish he didn’t have school and could sit at home like me all day; that mommy hasn’t had a lot of school and mommy’s okay. What?!?
And my oldest daughter has said that she wants to be like me when she gets older – have a husband and kids, and stay at home all day. Again, What?!?
Wow. I didn’t know I had it so easy.
Continue reading School Isn’t Just for Kids!
My husband and I have moved approximately fourteen times over the last nine years we have been together. Some moves have been longer than others, but either way, it has taken its toll on our family; especially the kids.
Some of the ways it affected the kids were:
- Unrestful sleeping
- Acting out for attention
- Not listening to us
- Whining (LOTS of it!)
- Arguing with their siblings
- Not their usual self
In my opinion, everyone should have a schedule, or at least a routine, especially when there are kids in the picture.
Continue reading Why I Think Schedules are Important
When I initially wanted to start a blog, I also wanted to physically help people in their homes. A lot of times reading about how to do something and actually doing it are two completely different actions. And when adding children, chores, and other factors in to the mix, it can be quite overwhelming to change what you are doing.
It is by our very nature as humans to oppose and resist change, but I strongly believe that if the current methods aren’t working, things have to change. Let me help you!
Here are the services I offer:
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