The joys are that you can raise them to be successful and have someone to lean on besides a spouse.Your children should make you laugh, and if you're tired at the end of the day that means that you are teaching them to work hard and have fun.
The joys of raising two toddlers is that when they get older they have each other, but at the toddler stage life can be rough and you've got to be on your toes at all times. Let 'em get messy and get 'em clean. Let 'em explore and not get hurt. The joy of toddlers is the wonder at life and the newness of everything; with two toddlers you've got double the wonder
by Barbara 6 years ago
Besides raising the bar, what strategies do you use to keep a dog from jumping his fence?Our pup has gotten so big, he hops our split rail fence. This means he can only be outside when I am with him, which defeats the point of a fence! Until I can afford to add a third rail, what do you...
by ahorseback 12 days ago
CNN didn't place one show in the top twenty five shows this quarter ?But , Oh NOooooooo CNN dosen't have a problem with viewership ....... does it ?Sorry , We've all been trying to tell you so . Payback ?
by MellyMoo 10 months ago
Do you think that children should learn to bake and cook?
by Elena 8 years ago
Raising TeenagersTeens can be difficult to raise. How can you get them to respect and listen?
by Brenda Durham 8 years ago
I've never had a dishwasher until this past year. Never wanted one, 'cause I figured I could wash 'em manually faster and better than taking time to rinse 'em off and then load the dishwasher and then later take 'em out and inspect 'em to see if they really got clean.....plus I figured it...
by Yard of nature 8 years ago
A lot of people spend a lot of money killing and whacking dandelions. Others love the "weed" for their bright beauty, especially when they take over a field. In seed, they capture light and are wonders of geometry. Some people cook with them, some make wine (If you've never read Ray...
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