At the end of the day, some moms count up all the times they’ve had to nag or remind or discipline their children. Don’t hit your brother. Stop picking your nose. Stop talking back. Don’t fart at the table. Wash your hands. Pull your pants up. Don’t disobey. Listen the first time. Say ‘hi’ to the lady and look her in the face. Don’t use the toilet lid as your own basketball … [Read more...] about A New Way to Discipline Your Kids: The Baseball Approach
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The fall/winter holiday cycle is arguably the most important season to celebrate... with the greatest potential for emotional meltdown. Everyone wants their fair share of this special time with the kids because relaxation and respite from the regular schedule can recharge relationships like nothing else, especially when planned with care and follow-through. So, what’s the … [Read more...] about Shared Custody? The “First Dibs” Approach To Splitting Holidays
When you should change your child’s school approach? Let’s say you have your child with autism in a typical class, with or without an aide, and you support her in-school program with some form of “matching” program at home. Matching means that your child’s behavior at school is linked with something you have at home. Typically, this is a reward system of some kind. A good day … [Read more...] about Choosing the Right School Approach for a Child with Autism
A friend of mine emailed me a video about a female engineer, Debbie Sterling, who was raising money for her new company. Frustrated that the engineering industry was so male-dominated, she created a construction toy for little girls with the purpose of exposing them to the world of engineering. The video was so heartwarming and inspiring; I immediately wanted the toy for my … [Read more...] about GoldieBlox: A New Approach To Engineering For Girls
To get organized for April 15, 2012, start now! There are several ways you can get yourself organized for tax season. • One way to get organized is to create two file folders and keep them at the front of your file cabinet. Label one “deductions” and one “money in” and as expenses and additional income come during the year, simply open your file cabinet and place the … [Read more...] about Tax Time is Approaching: Get Organized Now!