Monthly Archives: May 2011
This video is an interesting perspective. I am struck with how the mother’s have kept the father’s memory alive with the children. It is beautiful. It reminds me to always speak well of the person your child loves. What do … Continue reading
You may understand an absent dad is one who has died or left the family due to divorce or inability to maintain a relationship with the mother and is rarely, if ever, participating in the child’s life. A perceived … Continue reading
httpv://www.ted.com/talks/ric_elias.html What a short great talk at TED. This man has his priorities straight. What do you think about this video?
This is not the best quality of video, and yet, the content is really good. Since we are so close to Father’s Day I dedicate this to fathers. You are responsible for the child you brought in to this world … Continue reading
Here’s a video that talks about giving a child experiences to build their self esteem. When you allow them to take care of a problem, with your guidance, they build inner confidence. A parent who does everything for their child … Continue reading
It’s important to understand what your parenting style is and this helps a parent understand how their style affects the child. It’s always possible to improve upon our parenting, even if you are a grandmother, like me. I hope this … Continue reading
My granddaughter asked, “Can we do the pizza again?” She calmed down and relaxed and became lovey. It is so important to touch our children with love. When we do this relaxing massage and tell the story of making a … Continue reading