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Oh, I loved my [onscreen] children! I loved them! The fourth film, I wasn’t in it, and I got postcard from them saying, ‘Come back, Mom! Dad can’t control us!’ The whole feel of the job was very homey and very family. I’ve never known a film [series] like it. I suppose it’s because we were there for 10 years and we saw the children grow up and the rest of us grow old. It didn’t ever feel like work.” —Julie Walters (Mrs. Weasley)
To my Dear Hubby and Children - I love you all very much. I wake up every day extremely blessed to have such a wonderful family. I'm going to make it super easy for you this year, and I'm sharing what I want for Mother's Day. I want 4 hours of peace and quiet. Get out of my freakin house and leave me alone! Oh, and pick up some of these while you are at it... and it's even easy on our budget! Step-by-step instructions are included. Love, Your Loving Wife.
A couple Fridays ago, I posted a link to an article in Time by Nancy Gibbs called “The Growing Backlash against Overparenting.” I couldn’t help but notice that Gibbs uses the term “slow parenting” to describe the antidote to “helicopter parenting” — […]
Learning 26 alphabet letters and their sounds can be a daunting task for young children which is why I love to reward and encourage them each and every step of the way and make it a positive learning experience. See how showing appreciation for their efforts helped motivate and encourage them to master the alphabet. https://lessons4littleones.com/2016/08/11/brag-tags-rewards-book-for-the-letters-of-the-alphabet/
We can't be the only ones deals with materialism and entitlement among our children. I love this idea for starting a Gratitude Project in your home, to help prevent your children from drowning under a sea of the gimmes.
11/8: Read aloud for teaching empathy to children. I love this book because we don't need a reason to be generous and kind (no, not even a holiday), it should be a part of who we are and how we act every day.