I would like to start this with a precaution. In no way am I condoning trying illegal or dangerous things. I would never want any of you to try something illegal or dangerous and end up getting hurt or in trouble and thinking I wanted you to try that. I would actually advise staying away from dangerous and or illegal things, it's not worth the risk.
Now that I have gotten that out of the way I am going to tell you a story. My whole life I have refused to go to haunted houses or anything of
T Akery October 30th, 2014 | Behavior, Tweens
When your child was younger, it was relatively easy to keep track of their schedules. They may have had one or two things going on. Their schedules often revolved around what was the most convenient for you. But as they grow older, their schedule changes. What was once easy is now a more complex task of balancing how to get them to their activities on time and how to balance all of the other things they have going on such as homework, family time and social obligations. If it is overwhelming for you, then it is definitely overwhelming for
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