Is your tween or teen looking for ways to decorate their locker for Back to School? Check out this fab DIY Dollar Store Locker Mirror that is easy to create
When I tell you the feeling of seeing your child reach a major milestone in their life is unparallelled. My 18 year old manchild is now a high school graduate and I am so proud of him. He will be going to college soon, and I don’t know what I am going to do without my baby.
Pregnant at the age of 17, a mom at the age of 18, the stacks were against me. I had no idea what I was doing. Never had changed a diaper or burped a baby. I was so not mother material. Despite all that, we persevered and now my little boy is 18 and graduating from high school. From Teen Mom to Dream Mom. I got this!
Bullying has affected so many youths in America. The film focuses on bullying specifically in middle and high schools located in Mississippi, Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas, and Iowa. It is a visual harsh reality of what victims face just trying to go to school. There are scenes in which you wince because if you were there, you would do something about it.
Stop the presses folks, and excuse me while I relax, relate, and release. My son, Mr. High School Senior, is officially 18 years old today. He’s an adult (at least on paper).
Do you remember your first car? Was it a clunker of a vehicle or were you able to get a brand new ride off of the showroom floor? Read about my First Car Story and learn how you can create and animate your own story!
Homeschooling was never an option for me all of those years ago because I had to go out and make money. I wasn’t married, so there wasn’t another income to depend on.
My grandmother got me straight plenty early. When I was 14, I would visit St. Louis from Florida and I made all the boys turn their heads in the neighborhood. I thought I was everythang, okay? And she told me, “There is always someone prettier than you.”
Parent teacher conferences can feel like a tooth pulling event for both the parent and the child. For the parent, it could be difficult hearing things about your child that you may not like. For the child, it can be nerve wracking because they know you are discussing their progress, and depending on how well […]
Today was a bittersweet day for me. Both my kiddos started back to school today—my son is now a junior in high school and my 6 year old is now an official 1st grader. How time flies! My 16 year old gave me the death stare when I asked to take his picture for my […]
Prom season is in full swing! My son is a Sophomore, so he’s not participating in prom until NEXT year, but I do know that most high schools are having their proms during the next few weeks. When I look back on my prom, I have mixed thoughts. I went to prom both my Junior […]
I received my son’s report card for the first trimester of school today. He had all A’s and B’s and then a C minus in Geometry. Mind you, he went from having a B the first progress report, to a A the second. But his final grade for the trimester? A C minus. I asked […]