This week on YouTube I am answering some follow up questions from another video about kids doing chores.
Being technically challenged, getting my new phone to act exactly like my old phone only better is not easy. But I do have the advantage of having several teens who think it’s SO fun to teach their old mom new things
I have been about to BUST to tell you my big news. But I waited, because patience is a virtue. Also because I am a person who holds in information in case it doesn’t actually happen. A little insight into my sad, sad personality.
This is a whole new level of parenting. People say toddlers and teenagers are hard….we never had big struggles with those ages. But adults, that is a topic that needs some attention!
I remember in college I could stay up all night for a week then recover with a nap and some cold pizza. Now I require three days of sleep and chicken soup (without the noodles) to get over staying up until midnight.
In my Summer Home Tour I showed you my boy’s loft bedroom. But I thought I’d show you it again with a little more info. It’s SUCH a small space I wanted to give more details.
But he’s a typical Pennington. By that I mean he needs for orthodontic help. I blame my husband. He gave the kids crooked teeth and I gave them OCD tendencies. So, so many things for them to be thankful for.
First I will say that I not only don’t mind, I appreciate it when other people correct my children. It doesn’t happen very often because I am almost always right there and I am quick to correct my kids.
If I told you to go get a pair of scissor right now, how long would it take you? Or how much time do you think you spend going to the junk drawer for the scissors when you need them from another room?
All 9 of our children have struggled with lying at one point or another. It is difficult to break once it has become a habit. I want to share with you some of the things we do to help them break the habit.