There’s nothing that sends a mother into panic mode during the week like when her child complains of feeling ill. At this point, you have to quickly decide whether to send them to school or keep them home.
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Have you ever done or said something you vowed you never would do?
When last did you lose your cool?
How often do you feel intense anger, frustration or excitement?
Once I drove past my neighbour’s driveway as she was standing by her car in an evening dress, tying her six-year-old son’s tie. She was going on a date with her son, just the two of them. It was absolutely beautiful to see. Have you ever been on a date with your son or daughter? This is why you should;
When your child is born with a disability, whether it is a learning or walking disability or any other kind of challenge, it can come as a shock to many parents who has not been prepared to deal with a special needs child. The following are guidelines to help you through the process and a few first-hand tips and advice.
The best thing that has ever happened in my life, has been parenting our 4 amazing children. All my life I wanted 4 children, and after many miscarriages, I finally managed to have my 1st precious baby. Six years later we were blessed with our 4th child. My dream had come true, and I was finally the Mom of 4 perfect children. It never mattered to me what sex they were going to be, as long as they were all healthy and happy.
Every morning when my 10 month old baby wakes up she gets the same expression of wonder and joy on her face. She’s so happy that she can crawl and play and inspect and make noise, and that is enough to make me just as happy. You see, not many people can say they wake up feeling happy every day. Certainly before my little girl arrived, I would often wake up and worry about bills, or work, or money, or any number of other things…