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Just yesterday, I had an experience at my daughter’s pre-school tricycling event, an outdoor outing designed for two major reasons. Firstly, to get the kids out having fun while building their social interactions with one another. And secondly, an opportunity for the pre-school to fund-raise.
For me, it was a catch-up moment with parents and teachers given that we’re always on-the-go and in a hurry during drop-offs and pick-ups.
“Stop judging, comparing and measuring your kids against socio-cultural expectations.”
Love is a verb
Not a noun
It is active
Love is not just feelings of passion
Today, we live in a highly demanding world with too many priorities – from family commitments, parental responsibilities, work challenges to social pressures. Yet, the question remains; how do couples keep the main thing the main thing in the face of competing priorities. Katie Parsons, a freelance writer, editor and social media manager, let’s us in on this.
It’s 8 p.m. on a Saturday, and I’ve been solo parenting the five children of our blended family all day. Normally my step-kids spend weekends with their mom, and my husband is here. It’s been a long day. Everyone is cranky.