Even though it probably feels like the summer just started, a new school year is right around the corner! For kids, a new school year means another year filled with homework and extracurricular activities. For parents, it’s all about making sure your children are prepared. If you have children that are about ready to head back to school, here are a few tips for getting them ready for a new school year.
Disclosure: Thank you to CarefreeRV Resorts for sponsoring today’s post and giving me the opportunity to spend the summer in Sarasota near the best Florida beaches!
A great road trip is an amazing way to reconnect with the family. The time spent traveling to get to our staycation destinations is time we get to freely chat about everything we are looking forward to in the near future.
Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Bloggin’ Mamas and the Florida Prepaid College Board. However, all experiences and opinions are always 100% my own as this post is written by me in its entirety.
All through high school J-bird was under pressure to do well in school because his grades were going to make the difference when it came time to applying for college.
If your children came to you to ask what the meaning of St. Patrick’s Day is, would you know how to answer? Have fun together while you learn about Saint Patrick himself, and how it all ties into the symbols they are so familiar with.
As a mama to three children, with two of them being specifically under the age of three, I look forward to bedtime on most nights. Their bedtime that is. There’s a sigh of relief that tends to come over me at 8pm, a much deserved relief. The girls keep me busy all day long as most kids will do, sucking the life out of their parents so that they can keep moving and running and full of energy. I say this with love of course.