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  • Establishing Rules For Your Household

    When it comes to your children, it’s important to set rules and boundaries as early as possible. Your family should clearly understand what type of behavior is off limits and what’s allowed. Establishing rules first will help prevent behavioral problems and create consistency in your household. Create A List Of Written Rules  Making a list […]

  • Off to a good morning!

    This morning Kevin came in my room while I was still in bed. I asked Kevin to go see if Katie was awake because I could hear her and I wanted him to give me a couple more minutes! He opens her door and says “You awake Katie” and very seriously I hear Katie say […]

  • Kids say the darndest things!

    As a somewhat normal person, there are many phrases I thought I would never say! But now that I am a parent, I find myself saying the oddest things, of course, this is all in response to my kids! Just the other day I had to tell both Kevin and Katie that crayons do not […]

  • Bedtime Songs

    Kevin has a new routine a night. We put the kids down around 7:30 but we let Kevin stay up and read in his bed till 8. When he’s ready for bed, he has Ryan and I come upstairs and sing to him. Ryan always sings the song he made up for Kevin and has […]

  • Oh Children!

    Kevin and Katie are at the age where they just argue all day…about nothing! One says something and then the other says “NO” then the other replies “YES” and it just keeps going back and forth! Yesterday was a loooooong day of arguing! After their nap I let them out in the backyard and they […]

  • Know the Facts about RSV and Premature Babies #RSVAwareness

    “I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for MedImmune. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.”   RSV, Respitory Syncytial Virus, is a common seasonal virus that affects most babies under the age of 2. The symptoms mimic those of a cold and cough, but can lead to […]