What do you feel when you learn about other families’ successful kids? Jealousy? Joy? Curiosity about how they accomplished it? Maybe a bit of everything? However you feel, you want your child to be educated and successful too, a goal for every great parent.
We know our kids can be scared of many things: the dark, monsters under the bed, creepy bugs or ghosts. Parents even know how to ease a kid’s fears, by using things like dream-catchers or magical monster spray. But when it’s the parent that gets spooked, what can they use on themselves?
1. How many kids do you have? How old are they?
We have a 3 year old boy and a 3 month old girl.
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- How many kids do you have? How old are they?
We have one daughter who is 20 months old.
- What is your favorite family activity?
Play time before bed…we run around the house like a bunch of crazy people in an effort to get my daughter tired enough that she’s ready for bed. It’s actually super fun!