6 Ways To Create a Culture of Responsibility With Our Kids

By John Trent Photo by Gustavo Fring from Pexels To create a healthy culture of responsibility, it begins with us as parents modeling a willingness to do those small things. Our children will pick up on our actions and will begin to live them out later in life. Watching them do this is in itself … Continue reading 6 Ways To Create a Culture of Responsibility With Our Kids

Is It Time for Our Kids to Have a Cell Phone?

By Danny Huerta, MSW, LCSW, LSSW Photo by Julia M Cameron from Pexels The purpose for having a phone contract is to make sure everyone in the family is on the same page and in agreement with cell phone expectations. The goals are to encourage relationship, conversation, and responsibility with and without devices. “Keep your … Continue reading Is It Time for Our Kids to Have a Cell Phone?

Keeping Your Kids Healthy Year Round

By Carol Cuppy Keeping your kids and family healthy this year is one of the most important things you can do. Washing your hands early and often, along with these other practical tips, will help prevent the spread of illness, and will help keep your family healthy. No matter what time of year, concern for … Continue reading Keeping Your Kids Healthy Year Round

Two Things I Say to My Kids Every Day

Photo by Daria Obymaha from Pexels A few days ago I read an article titled “10 Things to Say to Your Kids Everyday.” It was a well written article with a positive, encouraging message. Like the author of the article, I believe in providing my boys with a positive message each day. However, when it … Continue reading Two Things I Say to My Kids Every Day

Stop Ignoring Your Kids:The Szalinski Rule

https://youtu.be/kL6TYAWLhHA Have you ever blown off your kids? What do you do when you’re in the middle of something important and your kid wants your undivided attention? Listen in as Bobby Cooley gives a practical parenting tip for dealing with interruptions in a way that will keep the lines of communication open and safeguard your … Continue reading Stop Ignoring Your Kids:The Szalinski Rule