The teen years are complex, filled with change and intense growth. I asked teenagers what they wished their parents understood about them.
Teachers: Thank you for the vital role you play in the lives of our children, so much of it unseen and unrecognized.
During family dinner, I asked: “How can we make this an awesome summer?” The responses were a reminder that my kids still love family time.
There’s scientific evidence that healthy relationships are foundational to a healthy life. This article shares four skills that support healthy relationships and help families thrive.
At my baby shower, I received a simple book filled with blank pages. Little did I know that this would be the best, most meaningful baby gift.
As my kids grow, moments to connect with my family are becoming more limited. So I’m trying not to miss little opportunities for connection when they arise.
There are so many things I love about this Parenting Manifesto by Brene Brown. I’ve read this to my kids and they love it too. Thank you Brene for sharing this beautiful reminder of the path to deeper connection and joy!
There’s a big difference between fitting -in and belonging. Tweens and teens understand and experience the difference everyday.
What if a key point of parenting is personal growth? Being more connected and loving to ourselves and to those around us.
At dinner the other night, I asked this question to learn more about my family’s passions: What Inspires You?