Reparenting can be tough. Reparenting can be challenging. Let’s face it, reparenting can be frustrating. What happens to most people when frustration hits? Pessimism. “I can’t do this!” … Continue Reading 5 P’s That Pulverize Pessimism
Autumn is in the air And we love it in all it’s glory. The way grands and kids enjoy Is their own unique story. The view of colorful leaves Creates … Continue Reading Fondness for Fall
If they get the couch, you get to coach!
Privileges come with requirements, I don't care how old your kids are. If they come to you with needs, then you get to speak into their lives.
If they will not listen to you, you know they're just using you. Learn to say, "No" when this happens. If they won't listen, take your couch back awesome, tough grandmothers!
Grieving is the transition between letting go of that which I have loved, and embracing that which I have yet to love. The first without the second is destructive. The first with the second is God’s door to a new life. By Debra Susan Bowman
"Don't eat anything your grandmother wouldn't recognize as food!" Debra Susan Bowman