Boundaries Help Teach Self Control

Boundaries are a hard concept for little ones to learn.  My two year old niece likes to get into everything and when we tell her “no,” her response is “why?”  ”Don’t touch the hot stove.” “Why?” “Don’t jump off the chair.” “Why?” She is learning that boundaries are there to keep her safe and to learn self control. The same goes for the rules
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Teachers Are Our Friends

It’s a funny feeling, running into an old teacher of yours that you haven’t seen for many, many years.  You seem to be instantly transformed from the current adult that you are to the child version of yourself in a matter of seconds.  You may even feel tongue tied and nervous depending on the relationship that you once had with this particular individual who
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A- Always be on time

Always being on time is difficult enough, but with children involved, that is a feat all in its own.  When I have to get out the door with my five month old for doctor appointments and other meetings I try to set a specific time for us to leave the house by.   I have learned, through trial and error, that if I don’t
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