What would it mean, hypothetically, if someone scored as a School Slacker even though she plays Taps on the last day of school? *ahem*
Thank you, Catherine. I'm excited to get my hands on YOUR book!
I was hoping you would chime in, Lisa! A double-pronged strategy is a good one.
An excellent suggestion, to go all Jerry McGuire 🙂
Love your examples, Kendra! Go with your strengths and bolster the areas you may need work on.
Sounds like your parents used effective and well-rounded strategies with you. Smart folks!
Sounds like great ways to broaden our kids' view of the world and get involved in making things better.
What a perfect reminder for my often rush-rush-don't-pay-attention life: "When I take the time to be, the struggles and drudgery that can be part of motherhood fade away to reveal these small, sweet, and essential moments that bring light and joy to my life." Happy weekend to you, Lisa.
Harry sounds like quite a guy. And I suppose it's because he has quite a mom. 🙂
"I do not enjoy playing." I struggle with guilt about this, too. My mom would play for what seemed like hours with me on the floor, getting into my world. I am so frustrated with myself that I cannot go more than 5 minutes without wanting to get back to my ToDo list. Your words about the dichotomy makes me feel both sad and blessed, too. Lovely post, Stephanie. Izzy is right: you are the bst Mommy evr.