I am not usually one to parent bash but honestly there comes to a point where some parents need to be smacked over the head a few times to see if will sink in. You may be wondering what has gotten me so frustrated……………………it’s simply leaving kids in the car. Have we not seen enough . . . → Read More: How Stupid Can Parents Still Be?
Today is definately not my day. It started off quite peacefully and now I am hiding .
Grace has had multiple tantrums about everything which is hard enough to deal with especially when you have to get one of her therapy sessions.
Then after the session, I went and got the girls a treat at the BP . . . → Read More: I Love Being Given Parenting Advice – Not
It has been a month now since my mum passed away and this was the last picture of her still at her house on the very same day that she went into hospital. My poor Grace has not coped with the loss of her ma and it has created a lot of anxiety within her.
. . . → Read More: Grace’s Anxiety Levels
As I am sitting here deciding what to write about I can hear them both outside pretending to tap dance on all the sand they have put on the concrete. I just love how they think I can not hear them adding more sand to the ground. But really I couldn’t resist putting a recent . . . → Read More: My Two Girls
Grace had her first day at the kinder across the road and I am so proud of her. Emma and I stayed there for about an hour to help her settle in. During this time I saw a few behaviours I have never seen which was interesting. The teacher are fantastic as they had a . . . → Read More: Congratulations Grace
For my readers who live in Melbourne and those who live in Australia may have heard all about the Christmas Day storms and the damage that it caused. We live in Keilor Park and we have never had hail the size of golf balls. We always hear of . . . → Read More: The Effects of the Christmas Day Storms on Emma
Alabama Law Limits Students’ Gifts to Teachers By PHILLIP RAWLS Associated Press MONTGOMERY, Ala. December 8, 2011 (AP)
An Alabama teacher who accepts a Christmas ham or a $25 gift card from a student is breaking Alabama’s ethics law. The possible penalty? Up to a year in jail and a $6,000 fine for the teacher . . . → Read More: Could Giving Your Teacher Land You In Jail?
On Friday 6th December the girls and I were involved in a car accident. We were driving towards home when an idiot decided right instead of giving way. We were lucky that I managed to swerve and hot the edge of my car as a front on would have been a lot worse for us.
. . . → Read More: Aftermath of a car accident
This will be only a quick post as this clock has become my life saver with the girls. They are called Time Timer and they are brilliant!
Even Em finds it easier with turn taking with Grace.
As you can see, it is visual way for children to see the reduction of time they have on . . . → Read More: Turn Taking and Sharing!
Okay I better warn you, I might be on a pedestal here but I promise it wont be too long.
The girls and I went to the local shopping centre to pick up a few christmas presents. The shopping centre is nicely decorated (which the girls love) and Santa is there ringing his bell. Im . . . → Read More: Christmas Shopping and Surviving It.