Our world does enough to knock us down as parents. It has a way of overlooking our kids and villainizing our teens. We can fight back the negativity by keeping our eyes open for the good stuff along the journey of raising kids.
However, this is summer, and that means the kiddos are hopped up on fruit, sugary snacks, too much tv, and I'm trying to find a quiet place to hide.
We polled LOTS of North Texas mamas and compiled a list of little things that are making their lives just a little bit easier this summer.
Summer reading programs are everywhere. From libraries to local businesses, you can read books together for prizes.
Learning to communicate about how to help the other person is something we worked on together in counseling and it's been so worth it.
When I feel upset about my estranged relationship with my father, I try to focus on the positive moments we had together.
Whether you are searching for a weekly community, enrichment classes, field trip opportunities, or something else, we have featured home educational resources all across Collin County to help you find the right fit for your family.
One of the best pieces of parenting advice I got was to make sure kids always have a safe space to talk.



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