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Life Lessons for Kids | A Boy and His Dog

There are certain pivotal life lessons you learn as a kid. I like to think some of these lessons are learned passively, not actively, as you would imaging learning in a classroom, from a book, or from a traumatic experience of some kind. They are subtle, and escape our realm of understanding. My son, whom I am using as an example today, wouldn’t notice his subtle downturn in behavior, or his mis-communications with others, but I notice.

Everything We Have Maegan Shoemaker Parenting - Bond With Your Babe

Tiny House Living: How Do Kids Do With A Tiny House

How do you feel when you walk into a nice hotel room while on vacation? If your family is like mine, then half the fun is staying in the hotel itself? But when you first cross that threshold, and you are seeing the room for the first time? You set down the luggage, while the children run to explore what’s behind each door, and you notice the simplicity of the room, the white duvet and sheets on the bed, television, table, a couch with an ottoman? The simplicity of the bathroom, with a few thoughtful necessities set out for your convenience on the counter, maybe even a fridge and microwave too.

Everything We Have Maegan Shoemaker Parenting - Bond With Your Babe

How To Bond With Your Baby: Spoiled and Proud

How to bond with your baby is not always as easy as it sounds. Sometimes we go through some postpartum adjustments, that make us feel like holding the baby at arms length is the right thing to do. Those feelings can be natural too, but if they are, seek help. Being a new Parent can feel scary, and be intimidating. Often times it is a big change for people, and the adjustment is difficult. Please know, that no matter what your story, I can help you achieve your ideal.

Everything We Have Maegan Shoemaker Parenting - Bond With Your Babe

Living On A Prayer : Homeless? Or Home-Free?

“We’re living on a prayer”, I thought to myself. As we signed the papers to close on our house. It was something I repeatedly told myself over the coming weeks, after we moved back in with my Parents. It wasn’t desirable, the circumstances we found ourselves in, however, in a way, it was exhilarating. We had been praying for an answer; and, this was it.