I met my husband in college. Back then we had both already converted to some form of veggie lifestyle. I was a vegetarian for environmental reasons (didn't want the rain forest being mowed down to make pasture, etc.) and he was vegan for ethical reasons (he didn't think it was … [Read more...] about Vegetarian Parenting – Is it Possible?
My pre-teen daughter asked to have a new friend stay overnight and even though I didn’t know the girl or the parents I said, “Sure, the more the merrier.” Chelsey’s friend Sharon was very bright; her parents were progressive to say the least. She was funny and very clever; she … [Read more...] about House Rules Posted on the Refrigerator
When motherhood ruins your college friendships, you have a choice. You can let it happen, or you can put a stop to it. You actually have one other choice as well, you can make the most of it. Let's explore your options.Being a mom does not mean losing your identity. One of the … [Read more...] about When Motherhood and College Pasts Collide
When a child is old enough to understand it, they should be taught first aid. Basic first aid skills will aid them in their life, treating their own problems and injuries, as well as those of others. A child should have an understanding of first aid basics. The following is a … [Read more...] about Teaching Kids Basic First Aid
Parents Anonymous welcomes every parent (or someone in a parenting role) to the groups no matter who they are or where they come from. A new member once told our group about another parenting support group she had attended a short time before. She felt as though she had a … [Read more...] about Parents Anonymous Groups and the White Sneakers