So, I’ve had my new 6 yr old darling for one week & one day now. And she is adorable and yet one of her particular quirks is that she constantly tells me “I know.”
My mom thinks that she is the perfect child for me, as she reminds me I used to drive my Granny up a wall telling her “I know” to things I couldn’t possibly know.
Oh, karma….how you haunt me.
Timing is everything…
Advent reminds us to “look” for Christ’s coming. To remember anew that Christ did come2013 years…
As I sit waiting for a Foster Placement at Christmas. (I was REALLY looking forward to having kids at Christmas) this blog post about God’s perfect timing is a good reminder.
What a wise little boy and another parenting win!
Love! There ARE no girl colors or boy colors.
So, today I’m going to meet a little girl, who has been removed from her second foster family since August. :(
I understand that she has tantrums. I feel equipped to handle that. (of course, having said that, it will probably be harder than I think :) ) But, I do feel that tantrums aren’t much and can be fairly quickly quelled with much structure and love.
I’ve never actually gotten to meet a child first, so I don’t know if she’s coming home with me, or if I’ll get her tomorrow, or what…
As parents, we want to raise confident readers, but between commercials for teaching our babies to read and the large sections of flash cards and workbooks at the store, the whole prospect of how to accomplish it can be stressful. But it doesn’t have to be. In fact, it may be easier than we think. Here are 10 workbook-free ways you can raise a more confident reader!
These are great tips!!