Herding cats. Catching water with your hand. Sometimes life with littles seems like a fair ride where you don’t know whether the next second will be joyous, exhilarating or terrifying. And then there are those who think you can and should actually manage that ride!
Mystie Winkler and Celeste Cruz will be having a live chat on Tuesday, July 19 to help you as you seek to plan life with the myriad of “interruptions” life with young children brings. It’s free. Just register here.
While trying to find some tips on staying organized (I have fun getting organized, it’s staying there that challenges me), I ran across this great article for people with dyslexia on time and organizational skills. I like how she matter-of-factly says essentially “Hey, we struggle with this- how do we fix it”.
Her tips are helpful for many diagnosis–and for those of us who aren’t !
Most of us have some pretty amazing dreams and plans when it comes to our children. And sometimes, well most of the time, things don’t turn out quite as we plan. When we begin to suspect our child may have a challenge of some type, or the truth is suddenly thrust into our face,it can be like be like unexpectedly finding ourselves in a foreign land. Come listen in for the next 40 minutes as we explore this new land and begin to learn our way around this new world.
PLEASE make sure the volume on the youtube site as well as the volume on your device is up. There have been a few who have not been able to hear it well but I have found adjusting the volume on the youtube channel to solve this. If it does not, please let me know!~
Monique Stam is a homeschool mom of 10. In this journey she has experienced a variety of challenges.This messages was originally given to the GRACEDucators homeschool group in April of 2016 and graciously shared by one of its members who recorded it with permission Please do not share without express permission.
This messages was originally given to the GRACEDucators homeschool group in April of 2016 and graciously shared by one of its members who recorded it with permission Please do not share without express permission.
Self-Care for Parents
Special Needs Parenting-Not Alone
While these books are somewhat specific, you may be able to identify with their journey
Dancing With Max by Emily Colson
Song- Your Child by Jennifer Shaw–view on YouTube
Soul Keeping by John Ortberg
One of many child development charts
Learning in Spite of Labels, Joyce Herzog
All things Diane Craft! – many items on brain development and behavior.
Making the Brain Body Connection by Sharon Promislow
Homeschool Legal Defense www.hslda.org/strugglinglearner
Well Connected Brain seminars–good website. Virginia Dill http://www.wellconnectedbrain.com/
Here is an awesome article to help you figure out why?
What has helped you to keep us your vision for home education and/or parenting for the Kingdom?