I think we’ve well established I’m not the mushy-gushy type of mom, but there are things I love about motherhood, like any mom. Summer is not one of those things, neither is waking early to don an apron and fuss around in the kitchen over homemade pancakes and bacon before school each morning. I also don’t enjoy play*doh, sloppy kisses, or foreign substances on every surface of my house.
There’s so much on the web about time management for moms with small children, so many calendars for young kids to learn time management, but none out there for teenagers. Time management is especially important in young adulthood, so we’re talking about it, and we’ve created a time management planner supplement for you to print out and give to your teen. Works best laminated and used with wet erase markers.
Styles guest posts about the injustices of being a teenager and it’s freaking hilarious.
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Don’t buy a book cover, use an old paper bag to cover your school books the old school way. Paper Bag book cover tutorial straight ahead!
I’ve never been the type of parent who wished that her kids would just stay the age they are. I really look forward to the day my children and I are friends and can go shopping together and laugh over dinner at a nice restaurant. I eventually want grandkids I can hang out with and then send back to their parents when I’m ready for some Summer-time – just not too soon, please.
These peach cobbler ice pops really take the cake, and aren’t the Tovolo ice cream ice pop molds the cutest thing you’ve ever seen? They’re really great for little hands to hold, and they’re cute, so they’re just a win all over the place. These ice pops are so much fun and have…
Summer. The season, not my name. It’s my least favorite of the four seasons. I’m quite a huge fan of autumn (which I rarely call fall because that just sounds like an accident waiting to happen). Winter is lovely where there are mountains to ski down. Spring is a twitterpated miracle of life and rebirth. Summer is a cesspool of tourists and heat advisories and bored kids who hang from my hems while I’m trying to write.