My note from The Universe this morning:
The greatest gift a parent can give a child, Karen, is the ability to become independently happy.
And the greatest gift a child can give a parent is exercising that ability.
This is a good note for me today. I think I have mentioned previously . . . → Read More: Independently Happy
My regular readers no doubt have been wondering about my blogging absence. My apologies for leaving you hanging on the Audacity of Hope review. I do hope to finish that up soon. Life intruded, as it often does. In late April our daughter and two-year-old granddaughter came to live with us. And just as . . . → Read More: Unschooling, Part II
A couple of months ago we were discussing toddlers and temper tantrums on my Friday morning homeschool chat. One chatter mentioned that using the Signing Time series with her pre-speaking toddler had brought about good results in reducing temper tantrums. Since Miss Munchkin seemed to be just entering the temper tantrum stage, I sent . . . → Read More: American Sign Language