January always feels like an uphill climb after the holidays. Moving everyone forward in their routines, wrangling homework and dinner plans all feel like a chore sometimes. I think everyone's focused on #mariekondo-ing their house and making New Year's resolutions fit or not into daily life. Hot Wheels do not bring me joy but how would we live without them?
It takes all kinds but also kindness. Celebrate with your community and find out what's new in education here in Oklahoma.
I'm glad to live in the age of the internet where everything is just a search away. Knowing what resources are worthwhile, though, matters now more than ever because my time matters. So does yours and every parent's.
School is out for a few more days and instead of wishing the time away with its cookie crumbs and scattered Legos, I am choosing to see the wonder of it all in this messy beautiful season. Ring in 2019 with community celebrations.
Faith, hope and joy/love have to be here this season, in our home but also in our minds, where worry dwells. The reminder to live in the moment and the reality that we don't know what good things are already waiting for us has a kind of Christmas theme to it. We're all just trying to make it through.
When the weather outside is frightening, settle in for a good read. Here are six books for kids of all ages.
Chill this Thanksgiving. Make it the happiest ever because you're happy.