kids. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 05:53:22 AM
Its easy and natural to become irritated when your kid says, Nice one, Mom, or Duh. This is where you have to draw the line between what kind of disrespect requires your attention and what doesn't. I think that things that are not a personal attack or which are not meant to demean you can be handled by just trying to ignore them. Planned ignoring is the key here. Planned ignoring is the concept where you decide consciously to ignore attention-seeking behaviors as long as theyre not overtly harmful or abusive to others.
Have a Ball of a Time This is a great Summer Birthday idea; it can be done in your own backyard. Send out homemade invitations saying "Roll on over to our house where well have a ball of a time". Maybe print it out onto a sports ball printer paper. Let the children have free play for an hour, with a yard full of balls, soccer balls, baseballs, and bouncy balls, put up a net, have some bubbles out. Then have cake, the shape of a ball or their favorite sport type cake. You can have a piata shaped as a ball of choice and then for goodie bags they get a baggie of candy from the piata and a big bouncy ball. Voila a very fun party with very little effort.
A fun task for the whole family is to put together a family tree. Go to the local branch of your national archives to dig around for interesting information about your ancestors. It's a great day out. Once home, piece together the information.
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