Mom of four, teacher, play therapist & blogger at yourmodernfamily.com
As a teacher, I knew the benefit of finding ways to extend lessons and activities to the home...
Our kids need our undivided attention. Not every time that they ask for it, but often. Let me tell you a story...
Potty Training a child with a physical disability can present a challenge that we aren't used to, but it can be done.
It can be hard when you are teaching your child to stop bragging.
If you are teaching responsibility to your child, you know that it can be a long road, but it can be so worth it!
"Play is the highest form of research" - A. Einstein. Here is why it's so important...
When your child is dry in the day but having accidents at night.
Being a parent means you take on a whole basket of endless responsibilities.
Potty training a child with special needs can be a little more challenging, but that is not to say it can’t be done.
Research over the past decade highlights the link between affection in childhood and health and happiness in the future.