Have you ever felt like you have used up every last bit of energy you have in your body? Here I am, going on my 12th hour on the clock with out a lunch break and barely even a bathroom break. I am sprawled out on my daughter’s bedroom floor in exhaustion as I try to let her burn off the last bit of energy she has left so I can give her a bath…then it is just me and my reality shows for the night. (more…)
Wouldn’t it be cool if every mealtime wasn’t a struggle? The new pool boy arrived in his little man-bikini asking if he should use my tools or his tools to clean the pool. Just as I was starting to enjoy the pool boys hard work I turned around to see
I never know what to do with all the pumpkins after Halloween and Thanksgiving. I am one of those people that prefers to get rid of the pumpkins before I put up the Christmas decorations. One holiday at a time! As I am getting rid of the pumpkins I was thinking that I would rather use them for something than throw them away like I always do. (more…)
Dropping off your child at school for the first time is one of the most emotional moments of your life, one of the most challenging things a parent will have to do. You are trusting your child, your most valued possession, with complete strangers. You also have to accept that your little baby is starting to grow up, no matter at what age they are starting school.
As a Director, I have had many parents (both moms and dads) crying in my office after saying goodbye to their little ones. (more…)
I am no longer working after being involved in Montessori for over 35 years. What do I do now? I have a mortgage, a baby, a husband and bills to pay. I am terrified! The only positive in all of this is that I get to spend time with my 16-month-old daughter and take everything I have ever learned in Montessori and practice it with her at home. (more…)