From the time my kids were little, I’ve had to adjust my expectations around back-to-school shopping. College, it seems, is no different… #TWTBLog
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On Parent Conferences
After about thirty parent-teacher conferences over the last few days, I have to admit that I’ve pretty well run out of articulate things to say. But if I could take the recommendations, advice and encouragement from those conferences and wrap it all up with a bow, it would look something like this: Your child isContinue reading “On Parent Conferences”
Back on the Ice: Lesson Learned
Today was a hockey day. I haven’t been in my full equipment since the middle of the summer. I know, I know. I had set out to learn how to play ice hockey, and take you along on my journey. I know it’s important to keep going with lessons and clinics. I know! Somehow, I’veContinue reading “Back on the Ice: Lesson Learned”
Something to Lose Sleep Over?
I was just catching up on the blogs I read and I caught an article on the Gifted Exchange: do highly gifted kids need less sleep than their other age-level peers? Check it out: http://giftedexchange.blogspot.com/2009/09/gifted-children-and-sleep.html