Category: On Mama’s Mind
|April 2, 2014||Posted by Luschka under Mamatography, Moments To Remember, On Mama's Mind, Projects & Series|
Tweet There’s definitely a hint of spring in the air, with lots of flowers everywhere. 82: Bring On Spring Inspired by our trip to the Moonpig Mother’s Day event a few days earlier, we made a lollipop flower garden so we could give a few special people some flowers. 84: Gift Basket Friends of ours […]
|March 2, 2014||Posted by Luschka under Misc, Motherhood|
Tweet Every year I participate in just one set of ‘vote for me’ blogging awards. I do that for you, my readers, because quite frankly, I can’t stand them, and assume you don’t want to be bombarded with every blogging award plea out there. And sometimes there are plenty. The thing is, I don’t want […]
|February 14, 2014||Posted by Luschka under Gentle and Positive Discipline, Milestone Moments, On Mama's Mind, Raising Conscious Children, Toddler Hood|
It can be hard to understand why your otherwise sweet child doesn’t want to share. Here are a few points for parents to understand this developmental phase, and ways to help your child through it.
|February 13, 2014||Posted by Luschka under Consistent Care, Motherhood|
Positive Parenting in Action not only explains the theory of gentle and positive parenting, but the ‘how-to’ as well, with over 40 easily adaptable scenarios to help parents in the heat of the moment.
|February 11, 2014||Posted by Luschka under Carnival of Natural Parenting, Carnivals, Child Safety, Motherhood, On Mama's Mind|
Tweet Parenting is a cacophony of emotions. When you’re not thoroughly worn out from sleepless nights, exhausted from good parenting days, or simply just trying to make it through, there’s always something to worry about. Someone you know lost a child, someone in your area had a child go missing, someone who knows someone who […]
|January 22, 2014||Posted by Luschka under Around England, Mamatography, Moments To Remember, On Mama's Mind, Tots Travel|
Tweet The dreaded week has come and gone. These are truly sad and sore times. 9. To See You Again. We went to the undertakers to view my moms body. My dad wanted to be sure it was her in the coffin. I wanted to have a chance to cry without a room full of […]