From the book “You can’t make me, but I can be persuaded” by Cynthia Tobias: “Dr. Breggin said that Newsweek had asked the questions: “Where are the great thinkers of the 90s? Where the Freuds, the Einsteins, the Picassos?” Dr. Breggin then responded with a
Love, Tabitha is a lifestyle blog with two children at home. Parenting is a big topic on the blog, we discuss everything from raising a strong-willed child, mental health, babies, the ups and downs of parenting and everything between.
Mason has always been pretty hyper, loads of energy, wild child or spirited child, whatever you’d like to call it. Sometimes wonder if he has ADHD or if he’s just a typical active boy 🙂 Last spring we began the search for some natural supplements
Strong-willed child. “Your SWC has great potential. If you begin to look beyond the ordinary places, you may find some incredible treasures!” – C. Tobias I’ve labeled Mason a “spirited” “wild” child since he first started walking, even used the word strong-willed before. Up until
We aren’t professionals, not even amateurs, just beginners we’ve only been to a few auditions with Mason. But we’ve learned a few things and I thought I’d share my insight with you. Maybe you’re thinking of getting your child into the entertainment world, maybe you’ve just begun like
Play all day and dream all night! What’s that saying? Enjoy life, because you only live once. Well, your child will only be little once so let them PLAY! Let them use their imaginations, play a game of chase with them it’s good for their bodies and
Don’t expect too much! Most kids won’t be able to do a 12 mile hike! Pick a short hike for beginners. Don’t hike for a destination(waterfall, ect), go to have fun and if you do make it to the water, Awesome! If not, maybe next