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Are You Trying To Control The Uncontrollable With Your Teen?

posted by srballantine

Whether you are approaching the teen years with your child or right in the middle of them, the time is now to find more ease in this aspect of your parenting. Why does our culture teach us to fear the […]

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What Is The Intention For Your Parenting?

posted by srballantine

One of my favorite subjects to talk and write about is Intention. Our intention toward any subject or aspect in our lives is the most powerful tool we have. This is because our intention is what I like to call […]

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Are You Inspiring Your Kids Toward Healthy Habits?

posted by srballantine

As a parent, you may feel like you want to watch over your kids’ health like a hawk. You want to make sure they eat right, take their vitamins, go to sleep at a decent hour, wash their hands, etc. […]

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Supporting Your Kids In Following Their Passion

posted by srballantine

It may seem evident that parents should allow their children to follow what excites them, but unfortunately, many parents place pressure on their kids to do anything but follow their passions. As parents, we sometimes fear our children’s choices. In […]

Is Your Family Technology Addicted?

posted by srballantine

One of the biggest complaints I hear from parents is how hard it is to get their families together. Even when they’re physically in the same room, each person is isolated from the rest of the family by texting, watching […]

Parenting Lessons: The Problem With Seeking Perfection

posted by srballantine

Most people don’t claim to be perfect. You may admit to be good or even excellent at some tasks, and you may consider yourself to be a good person. By your very nature as a human being, you admit to […]

Join Your Kids In Their Fitness

posted by srballantine

Do you ever wonder how you can fit more exercise into your schedule? You’re so busy making meals, working, organizing activities, and helping with homework, that you may find yourself falling into bed at night exhausted, not having had the […]

Food Fun: Go Ahead Play With Your Food.

posted by srballantine

Having fun is one of the most natural things for kids to do. Have you noticed how they can turn most any object or activity into fun? They make simple objects into playthings, creating entire worlds filled with excitement and […]

Encouraging Your Kids To Express Their Emotions

posted by srballantine

Happy people are so much fun to be around and most people can tend to feel pressured to be happy all the time. Or at least, they want to appear happy. They may even divide their emotions into two camps; […]

Are Ultimatums Appropriate?

posted by srballantine

You naturally want your kids to lead pleasurable, happy lives and have fun, but it’s also important that kids recognize that getting their way every time they want something won’t always happen. Whenever there’s more than one person involved in […]

Talking To Your Child Influences Their Vocabulary

posted by srballantine

Talking to your child, even from their first day on Earth, is an important tool for helping them learn. You can even talk to your baby before they’re born and facilitate some kind of learning. Babies can hear and absorb […]

Having Fun Is An Important Tool

posted by srballantine

Whenever you want to attract something into your life, you must allow it to come to you first. This means you’re feeling good, happy, joyful. One of the easiest ways to be joyful is by having fun. This may sound […]

Encouraging Your Child Toward Greatness

posted by srballantine

Children often dream of having many different careers as they grow up. They might want to be a firefighter one minute, a jockey the next, then a baker, and maybe even President of the United States after that. Sometimes these […]

Coaching Your Child~ College To The Work Force

posted by srballantine

It used to be that when kids went to college, they had a good chance of graduating with a job in addition to their degree. Today, this is usually not the case. In fact when speaking statistically, most college graduates […]

Teaching Your Kids To Be Joyful

posted by srballantine

One of the best lessons we can all teach our kids is to experience joy as much as possible in their lives. Life is meant to be happy! When you build your life in a positive way, you attract more […]

Taking Time With Your Kids Now

posted by srballantine

Everyone has likely been given advice to “live in the moment” and worry about the future when it becomes the present. The challenge for many people is that they’ve also been told they have to plan for the future that […]

Involving Your Kids In Choosing A New Home

posted by srballantine

Whether you are moving to a new area because of a change in your job or you just want to purchase a new house in the same town, there are many factors to consider when choosing the special place you […]

Tools Kids Can Use To Lift Their Mood

posted by srballantine

All parents have experienced the joy of dealing with moody kids. Whether it is because something went wrong at school, they didn’t get enough sleep, they had an argument with their BFF, or that their hormones are raging, bad moods […]

Setting Goals With Kids For The New Year

posted by srballantine

As the end of the year arrives, it’s a common tradition to set goals for the upcoming year. This can be a great family activity. You can even teach young children about goals, why they’re important, and how to set […]

Being A Supportive Parent and Teaching Boundaries

posted by srballantine

Most parents want to love and support their children’s dreams and goals. Yet sometimes in a desire to be supportive and loving, parents may allow their boundaries to be disrespected. This can often lead to parents feeling like doormats. It’s […]

Holiday Lights~ A Gift Or A Waste Of Time and Money?

posted by srballantine

Driving around town and looking at the holiday light displays, both public and private, is a common pastime for many families this time of year and one that is greatly anticipated. for many, it has become a family tradition and […]

Gratitude In The Face Of Adversity

posted by srballantine

Everyone has heard that it’s important to be grateful. Religious leaders have been telling people to be grateful for thousands of years. There’s even a holiday dedicated to the idea of giving thanks and feeling grateful. Why is gratitude so […]

Scary Topics And The Law Of Attraction

posted by srballantine

As much as you might think you’d like to be able to raise your kids in a safe bubble where you control everything, it isn’t possible and not even in your children’s best interest. I wish that the scariest things […]

Are You An Evolved Parent?

posted by srballantine

Are you an evolved parent? This could be a loaded question. What is evolved? In this particular context I’m using “evolved” as to mean modern, but even more complex than that. “Evolved” can be defined as “to develop by a […]

Your Kids, Their Gifts, And The Law of Attraction

posted by srballantine

No matter what religious holiday you celebrate, the end of the year is traditionally a time of giving gifts. It’s also a time when kids are writing long lists of things they have been dreaming about all year long. They […]

Mom and Dad~ “Buy This For Me”

posted by srballantine

  As parents, you probably want your kids to have everything. This may mean you want them to be happy, safe, and healthy to name a few things. You love your kids and you want them to feel fulfilled as […]

It’s Not Just About Thanksgiving

posted by srballantine

  In North America, we have a great tradition of Thanksgiving. We gather with friends and family, we eat great food (usually too much of it), and give our thanks for the wonderful year we’ve had. Giving thanks is much […]

Are You Censoring Your Child’s TV Habits?

posted by srballantine

  As far back as I can remember; parents have been debating the issue of what to let their kids watch on television. Seldom does everyone agree. In our family, my brother and I wanted to watch certain TV shows […]

Where Did This Child Come From?

posted by srballantine

Often when you look at your children, you can easily see yourself or your spouse in their little faces. Maybe your son has his father’s eyes or your daughter has her mother’s smile. Sometimes the daughter will look more like […]

How To Soothe Kids From Scary Dreams

posted by srballantine

  The dreams we have when we sleep are a natural part of who we are and how we live our lives. They may represent our hopes and dreams or our worst fears, which we may not even be consciously […]

Mom Alert~ Putting Yourself First

posted by srballantine

Mothers can often put everyone else’s needs before their own. They make sure that all the kids are ready for school, delivered to their extra-curricular activities, have healthy meals, are listened to and feel loved, and get to bed on […]

Your Kids And Swearing

posted by srballantine

  Depending on your frame of reference, swearing in front of your kids and allowing them to swear is generally ok or it’s definitely not ok. And this may depend on what age they are. What does it mean to […]

Kids And What Motivates Their Learning

posted by srballantine

When you were going to school, did you cram before every test? If you did, you probably reread the chapters and notes in hopes that you would remember for the test. And often you did, but where’s all that information […]

Will Your Teen Let You Show Them Affection?

posted by srballantine

  Many of us like to show others we care about them through the affection we offer. This may be particularly true with our children. It’s generally really easy to show young children affection as they are open and willing […]

Parents And Kids: Can You Be Friends?

posted by srballantine

Is it possible to be your child’s friend and be a good parent at the same time? Or are these roles completely at odds, forcing you into a more authoritative relationship than you would ever have imagined when you were […]

Teens And Driving~ Are You Ready?

posted by srballantine

  Are you ever really ready for your teen to start driving? The legal driving age in most states is 16 years old. This means by 15½ your child has their driving permit and they have control over the thousands […]

Know When To Hold ‘Em: Listening To Your IGS

posted by srballantine

Back in the late 70’s Kenny Rogers recorded the song “The Gambler.” The song was used later as the theme song for Kenny’s TV movie series of the same name. In song lyrics the gambler counsels: You’ve got to know […]

Are Action Figures Promoting Drugs?

posted by srballantine

Much has happened in the world of toys this week, namely with the retail store Toys R Us. They released a toy, dealt with a firestorm and pulled the toy off the shelves. That’s fast action, perhaps because the firestorm […]

What You Say To Your Kids~ Did You Mean It?

posted by srballantine

We are all human. Sometimes you say things you don’t mean. Or, you say things because you’re reacting rather than thinking. Maybe you just said something in jest, teasingly. Unfortunately, these words are the ones your kids are most likely […]

Is It Okay To Hit Your Kids?

posted by srballantine

Is it ever a good idea to hit your children in the name of enforcing good behavior, or for any reason whatsoever in the name of good parenting? Taking into account the varied belief systems that may guide your parenting; […]

Turning “No’s” Into Possibility With Your Kids

posted by srballantine

  There was a time in my early parenting when my children would make a request about something they wanted, and my knee-jerk reaction was to say no. It wasn’t something I gave much thought to, it was my natural […]

Keeping Kids Safe In Wake Of TV Violence

posted by srballantine

  Today’s media experts claim that watching television does not have a negative impact on kids. The exception they say,is made when your kids watch too much television and are therefore not getting enough exercise or socialization. You’re repeatedly told […]

Teaching Kids to Appreciate Nature

posted by srballantine

  Even though I spent many years living in the country, away from city life, it didn’t necessarily mean I spent much time outdoors; especially during winter months. And unless I sent my kids out to play, they didn’t either. […]

Helping Kids Love Their Bodies

posted by srballantine

Face it — most people have parts of their bodies that they wish were somehow different. By different, it’s generally assumed that they wish these attributes were better. Maybe you don’t like the color of your hair or wish your […]

Your Child Wants A Pet And You’re Not Sure

posted by srballantine

Pets have long played an important role in the American household. I recently read “Pets in America” by Katherine Greer. Critics acclaim her book to be entertaining and informative, it being a portrait of Americans’ relationship with the cats, dogs, […]

Lessons In Gratitude For You And Your Kids

posted by srballantine

  Wouldn’t it be wonderful if everyone was born with an ‘Attitude of Gratitude’? You’re physically helpless at birth, totally dependent on others to have your needs met. For the most part, every need is tended to. Parents provide their […]

Letting Your Child Have Sex In Your Home?

posted by srballantine

  You think you’ve prepared your child for their teen years, at least to the best of your ability. Perhaps you have talked about sex, relationships and how they fit in to their young lives. Your child may even have […]

Raising Kids Free of Parents’ Fears

posted by srballantine

Many people have strong fears based on experiences that have happened in their lives. You can be aware of your fears and understand that these fears are totally irrational, while still having them. Naturally, you don’t want to pass these […]

Tips For Teaching Kids A Positive Money Attitude

posted by srballantine

Children spend most of their young lives watching their parents spend money. Every household may value their money in different ways, but it is very important for children to learn how money fits into their lifestyle. Perhaps a child is […]

Letting Kids Create Their Own Dynasty

posted by srballantine

It is essential that as a parent, you remember that your children are not miniature versions of you — even though it may seem like it sometimes. While they mirror many of your traits, your children are still their own […]

Tips~ Hit The Parental Brick Wall?

posted by srballantine

  Every parent wants the best for their child. You want them to be safe, happy, succeed in their endeavors, do well in school and be able to create the life they want. Many parents however, have a preconceived idea […]

Do Children Need To Learn About Self-Love?

posted by srballantine

  Everyone is born with the belief that they’re the center of the Universe. You come equipped with a healthy dose of self-love, as love is all we really are. If this is the case, why is it that so […]

Tips For More Playfulness In Your Parenting

posted by srballantine

  Do you wish you felt more playful with your kids? Are your daily activities using up the time you used to have, so you think you can no longer be playful? Are you feeling too serious about life? Our […]

You Said WHAT is On The Windshield?

posted by srballantine

The fact that your actions have consequences is a concept that young children don’t always understand. When they are babies, the world revolves around them. Their desires and needs are more important than anyone else’s, and because they’re so important, […]

The Importance of Eye Contact With Kids

posted by srballantine

How many times have you most probably said to our kids, “look at me when I’m talking to you?” Why do you suppose you say this? Maybe you want to know they are hearing and paying attention to what you’re […]

Back To School Help For Reducing Stress

posted by srballantine

  Kids today suffer far more stress and burn out than you did when you were their age. While no life is completely stress-free, too much stress is as damaging to your kids as it is to you. When your […]

Helping Children Through Sadness

posted by srballantine

    There are times in life when you’re faced with sadness. It happens to everyone. Children are certainly not immune from experiencing unhappy events. As a parent, you can help your children cope with and work through their feelings […]

Helping Kids Know Why They Do Things

posted by srballantine

Each of us spends our lives doing things that start from our place of being motivated. We create things that enhance us, do menial tasks that structure our lives and everything in between. But are we moving through life in […]

Guiding As Opposed To Pushing Your Kids

posted by srballantine

  As a parent, you want what is best for your children. Even before they’re born, most people have some preconceived notions of what their children’s lives will be like. You may speculate about their future, but you generally envision […]

Birds Of A Feather…Kids Choosing Their Own Flock

posted by srballantine

Everyone has heard the phrase, “Birds of a feather flock together.” Once in a while, there is a news story about the lone, odd duck hanging out with the gaggle of geese, but those stories only make the news because […]

Teach Your Kids To Know, By Feeling It.

posted by srballantine

I have been told that Missouri is known as the Show-Me state. The exact origin of this unofficial state slogan is unclear and has been widely debated. Many people within the Missouri borders and far beyond believe that the only […]

Kids~ Go With The Flow Or Steer Your Own Course?

posted by srballantine

  How many times when you were growing up did you hear something like, “If all your friends jumped off a cliff, would you?” Of course, this was always directed at you after telling your parents you wanted to do […]

The Sun Will Come Up Tomorrow: LOA vs. Positivity

posted by srballantine

  What parent wants their child to be pessimistic, apprehensive, or always looking at the world as if it were half-empty? I certainly wouldn’t want that for my kids, or any kids for that matter. Neither would the parents that […]

Other Parents Think My Kids Have Good Manners, But…

posted by srballantine

Have you ever had an experience where your kids spent the night at a friend’s house and when they are dropped off, the parents remarked how polite and helpful your child was? While everyone wants their children to behave at […]

Ending Frustration With Your Child’s Wardrobe Choices

posted by srballantine

Imagine it’s your child’s first day of school. Maybe it’s a new school, a new grade, or just their first day ever. You want your son or daughter to do well, to make friends, and yes, to make a good […]

Teaching Children the Power of Acting from Joy

posted by srballantine

  Adults and children alike are here in life to create. Your life experience helps you to fine tune what creation looks like, exactly. Sometimes your desires are born out of living something negative. The negative event helps you better […]

Trusting Your Kid’s Decisions? They Can’t Even Keep Their Room Clean!

posted by srballantine

   Parenting is a great way for people to learn about themselves as well as their children. You can have the greatest intentions in regard to raising your kids to be positive, that you will never raise your voice, and […]

Positive Parenting-Finding Peace When Overwhelm Sets In

posted by srballantine

Most parents have, at one time or another, felt overwhelmed with the demands of parenting. Whether you have one child or several, parenting requires an ongoing stream of mental and physical energy. Our world these days require you to wear […]

Why Parents Need To Understand The Law Of Attraction

posted by srballantine

The Law of Attraction dictates that you get what you focus on. If you think the world is a bad place, you will experience things that support that belief. If you choose to focus on the positive aspects around you, […]

Parenting Tools to Teach Kids to Make Sweet Dreams Come True

posted by srballantine

  Dreams are powerful tools, whether they occur during sleep or daydreams. From their first moments, children experience dreams: they are part of every human experience, a necessary part. We don’t always remember our dreams, or even that we do […]

Parenting Teens: Ditch the Disapproval

posted by srballantine

 It isn’t always easy to watch your children make decisions that are different from what you would wish for them. No matter what, it is important that you be their support system rather than a constant source of disapproval. Since […]

Positive Parenting~ Encouraging Self-Care

posted by srballantine

   Ever since our children’s first teeth start poking through, most of us are eager to start the process of caring for them by brushing each tooth with tender loving care.  Perhaps we delight in their daily baths as well, […]

Teaching Kids The Power Of Choosing

posted by srballantine

  While we can teach our children that “the world is your oyster,” meaning they have the ability and freedom to do anything they want, it is also important to teach kids the power of choice. On the surface, this […]

Tips On Detaching From Our Children’s Drama

posted by srballantine

  In every person’s life, there is a certain amount of drama and emotional upset. Our children of course are no exception and each child will attract varying degrees of drama. Of my three children, one was extremely mellow, one […]

Why Won’t Our Kids Listen?

posted by srballantine

   Each of wants to feel heard, but how often are we actually? As a parent, we may feel like the conversations we have with our kids centers on what it is they must accomplish and in what time frame. […]

Creating Meaningful Exchanges With Your Kids

posted by srballantine

  When practiced deliberately, meaningful exchanges can be a part of our everyday lives. As we rush through the grocery store, dry cleaners, department stores and even our work place hardly making eye contact with those we interact with, meaningful […]

Parenting Tips: Caring For Your Body Is Key To Alignment

posted by srballantine

When parents teach their children how to apply the Law of Attraction in their lives, there can often be a focus on the mind and emotions with little regard to taking care of the body. While the LOA reacts to […]

Teaching Our Children Gratitude

posted by srballantine

  Each of us has the opportunity to be grateful for much in our lives and being grateful is always a choice and an attitude. We live in varying conditions and lifestyles, but the quality of life we have access […]

Raising Kids To Know It’s Ok To Be Different

posted by srballantine

  Peer pressure affects everyone at some point in their lives. The pressure to conform is tremendous, especially when it comes to children. They will want to do whatever their friends are doing, seeking acceptance and that feeling of fitting […]

Parents As Coaches~ Teaching Our Children To Think For Themselves

posted by srballantine

It’s easy for all of us to do things out of habit rather than thinking about our actions. Whether you want to or not, you teach your children all sorts of lessons that will also help them to develop habits. […]

Are We Being Fully Present With Our Kids?

posted by srballantine

  Most of us go through life doing our best to manage all of the noise and distractions that are present in our jobs, at home and out in the world. It can truly be an activity in not losing […]

Raising Independent Kids

posted by srballantine

Authoritarian parenting is an easy trap for anyone to fall into. For many people, it’s how they were raised and so it comes naturally to them. Even when you have the intention of being different from your parents, you will […]

Parenting Without Fear

posted by srballantine

   Our own wellbeing and the wellbeing of our children is generally a top priority in each parent’s life. We want to feel like our lives are filled with joy and we want our children to be joyous.  However, we […]

Parental Guidance on Giving Up Control

posted by srballantine

As a parent, you like to help your children. You want to see to it that they do not make the same mistakes you did, or new mistakes if you can stop them. With the best of intentions, you attempt […]

Don’t Talk To Your Kids When You’re Mad

posted by srballantine

All successful relationships revolve around some form of communication. This communication may come in what we speak, or non-verbally in what we are emitting with our feelings and also in our actions. With whatever form of communication we choose, most […]

Fostering Our Child’s Sense Of Freedom

posted by srballantine

  Freedom is something that people desire to have in their lives. We come into this life knowing we are free at our soul level. This freedom is meant to be experienced as the full expression to create what we […]

Parenting Tips:Teaching Children To Be Selfish

posted by srballantine

It is important that you teach your children to be selfish. On the surface, this goes against what so many people believe you should be teaching your kids. You still want them to care about others, to be giving, and […]

Do Children Have Their Own “Normal?”

posted by srballantine

   What defines “normal?” It seems to be a word that can cause us a certain amount of stress, especially if we are parents. Is normal what most kids are being, doing or having? Who decides? Normal seems to be […]

Positive Parenting Solutions: No Nagging Required

posted by srballantine

Who enjoys a nagging parent? Your kids certainly don’t, and even though they might think you enjoy nagging them, you actually dislike it as much as they do. Who relishes the idea of constantly pushing kids to do their homework […]

Finding Balance With Our Kids And Their Technology

posted by srballantine

  Modern technology has become a normal part of our every day lives. Our children use it at school and many of our homes have the newest technology available from computers to video games.  Young children are given cell phones […]

Attract A Pony Using The Law of Attraction

posted by srballantine

How many little girls dream of someday having a pony? Millions. And yet, most of these little girls never get the pony. Is that proof that the Law of Attraction doesn’t work? No, it is just demonstrating that it is […]

Our Teens And Peer Pressure

posted by srballantine

Peer pressure is something all of our children have the potential to be influenced by. This can be particularly true once they reach their teens. As parents, we hope our kids won’t succumb to pressures to be or do things […]

Teaching Your Children There Are No “Bad” Emotions

posted by srballantine

Have you ever slipped into the idea that your emotions are either good or bad? It is often easy to embrace “positive” emotions while pushing against the “negative” emotions in yourself and others. You can actually learn from your children […]

Raising Kids To Have A Fun Loving Attitude

posted by srballantine

  One of the challenges parents have in raising kids is finding the balance in life. Often, with the pressures that are placed on us at work and on our children at school, it’s easy to forget that life is […]

Are We Asking Our Kids The Right Questions?

posted by srballantine

I think most parents’ value when their kids will share information with them, such as what they find important and what they desire. I know I do. But there was a period of time when my children weren’t interested in […]

Can We Be Friends With Our Children?

posted by srballantine

Is it possible to be a friend to your children? While you will always be a parent to your children, at some point in their lives, you hopefully will also be a friend. Sometimes you will be both. If you […]

Teaching Our Kids How To Balance Family And Friends

posted by srballantine

Most parents find that as their children grow into middle school and teenage years, they want to spend less time with them and more time with their friends. While you want your kids to be independent and have an active, […]

Encouraging Our Kids To Ask For Help

posted by srballantine

I have noticed lately that many adults around me don’t know how, or feel embarrassed about asking for help. It’s my belief that these adults didn’t suddenly unlearn how to ask for help, they were probably never taught as kids. […]

A Daughter’s Perspective

posted by srballantine

As the daughter of a Law of Attraction life coach, (I am the middle child of three, currently 23 years old) I have been bountifully equipped with the proper tools to attract, create and maintain the life path that I […]

Allowing Our Children To Grieve And Grow

posted by srballantine

One of hardest jobs we face as parents is helping our children through the loss of a loved friend, family member, or pet. Fortunately by understanding the Law of Attraction, we can help our children through the grieving process. In […]

Why Is Alignment So Important In Our Parenting?

posted by srballantine

What is alignment and why is it so important? When we are in alignment, we are connected to our Source, Higher Self, God or any term we choose to describe the Divinity. This alignment offers one vibration with no resistance […]

How To Apply The Law of Attraction In Our Parenting.

posted by srballantine

As a law of attraction coach, I have always used this law in my parenting. What is the Universal Law of Attraction? It is the law that governs our Universe and responds to what we are thinking, therefore feeling. This […]

“What’s Your Intention With Your Kids?”

posted by srballantine

When my kids were young, I decided to define and intend the kind of relationship I wanted with them, because I was slightly terrified to leave it to chance. I knew I wanted to be emotionally close, spend as much […]

Your Kids: Dancing to Their Own Guidance

posted by srballantine

At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, there was a young lady who captured a lot of attention, not because she won a gold medal — she didn’t — but because she followed her own Internal Guidance System and […]

Your Internal Guidance System! Tapping In to Help Your Kids.

posted by srballantine

Before you can teach your kids how to use their internal guidance system, you must be able to first teach yourself how to use your own.                      We all have an […]

Welcome!

posted by srballantine

Welcome to my blog, “Parenting on Purpose.”  I’m really excited for the opportunity to share my views, what I teach parents in my practice, and my personal experiences in raising three children. It isn’t always easy to have the communication […]

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Dear friends, I recently completed a year of doing my column “Parenting on Purpose” and I’ve written my last article, at least for now. It has been a wonderful year and I have very much appreciated your support! It has been so ...

posted 4:47:20pm Mar. 13, 2015 | read full post »

Are You Trying To Control The Uncontrollable With Your Teen?
Whether you are approaching the teen years with your child or right in the middle of them, the time is now to find more ease in this aspect of your ...

posted 8:44:24pm Mar. 01, 2015 | read full post »

What Is The Intention For Your Parenting?
One of my favorite subjects to talk and write about is Intention. Our intention toward any subject or aspect in our lives is the most powerful tool we have. ...

posted 12:53:10am Feb. 27, 2015 | read full post »

Are You Inspiring Your Kids Toward Healthy Habits?
As a parent, you may feel like you want to watch over your kids’ health like a hawk. You want to make sure they eat right, take their vitamins, go to ...

posted 5:34:16pm Feb. 22, 2015 | read full post »

Supporting Your Kids In Following Their Passion
It may seem evident that parents should allow their children to follow what excites them, but unfortunately, many parents place pressure on their kids to do ...

posted 2:48:49pm Feb. 19, 2015 | read full post »

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