Where do parents go wrong with helping their kids in sports?
What started out as a nice family baseball game in the backyard, turned into a crying frustrating mess for both my son and husband. Well, my son did the crying, but both were very frustrated.
Summer sports' sign-ups are almost here and since my son turns five this month, he is now old enough to play more sports. In addition to baseball, my son is going to start playing lacrosse. And already thinking of the fall, I wanted to sign him up for football, fall lacrosse, hockey, and basketball.
It's that time of year again - BATHING SUIT season, sun dresses, shorts, and tank tops. It reminds us to watch what we are eating, because the long sweaters aren’t going to hide the winter pounds anymore!
A few weeks ago, we were walked into our son’s first basketball game. I looked around to say hi to the other moms and dads.
But I realized I couldn’t say hi because everyone had their head down in their phones. The game started, and I was shocked that still the parents were watching, but their phones were right there to look at.
Every night when I put the kids to bed, the first thing I do is sit down and watch The Ellen Show!
Saying goodbye to the first year…means NO MORE BOTTLES!
Mondays... just another day.
When you have kids, Mondays are just like Thursdays, and Saturdays. It is the same thing every day. What happened to me this Monday could have happened on any other day of the week. But it happened on a Monday - so I easily wanted to shout "I hate Mondays" like the rest of the world.
It's that time of year that we make New Year’s resolutions - and most lists include staying healthy or getting into shape. In addition to eating healthy, and starting my 30's healthier then I started my 20's, I also included being a more patient, loving, and also fun mom as one of my resolutions.
Growing up with divorced parents, I would always say the one good thing was two Christmases!!
An Indianapolis Colts cheerleader shaved her head in front of a sold out stadium of Colts fans during half-time of Sunday’s game in support of head coach Chuck Pagano, who is battling cancer.