Researchers at Columbia University in the U.S. have confirmed what rational mothers and fathers already knew: it’s the relationship we develop with our kids and the happiness of the family unit that counts the most. The research included 1,000 children ranging from birth to age 7, and considered a number of different factors: vocabulary, reading, academic tests as well as family characteristics. Teachers and parents also rated the children’s behavior.
Wed, March 27 2013 » Random » Comments Off
What happens to the real you when you become a mother? Where is the person you used to be in amongst the day to day struggles of raising a young family? How do you blend the old you, with the new you, this new woman they now call mother?
Wed, March 13 2013 » Random » Comments Off
To most, I look like a typical stay at home mom, but in truth I am a secret agent solving puzzling mysteries everywhere I turn. Read about my humorous espionage experiences.
Wed, February 20 2013 » Random » Comments Off
I can still recall fondly my childhood. Years spent playing with my assorted dolls and their accessories. Creating imaginary worlds of glamor and adventure.
Wed, February 6 2013 » Random » Comments Off