Hello My SITSahs! My SITS day is here and I’m excited, overwhelmed, anxious –and NOT READY! But here goes …
If You Don’t Know …SITS is made up of only about 40,000 of the most awesome women bloggers on the planet. Ironically, we share more commonalities than differences, but learning from our uniquenesses (is that a word?) is so much fun!
At the playground – you know? That’s where he saw this cutie … (music group ABC/ BBD) Well, she was alright looking at most, but my 4-year-old was enamored with this little brown-skinned girl – easily a couple years older than him – wearing red rimmed glasses and two bobbled pony tails swinging down her back.
A 9- year- old boy kept peeing in the bed during his sleep.
He’s academically advanced, sports inclined and all-around healthy. But, he couldn’t seem to help this behavior. His mom was frustrated. She was concerned. She called the pediatrician and this is what he said:
My son is in kindergarten. He’s smart but sometimes he has a problem staying in his seat …and standing in line …and not talking. He’s not the only one. My husband and I worked with him at home, and he’s improved. So have his ‘report card grades.’ Even though, I feel his school work performance remains the same. And I’m concerned.
The hubster and I are still deciding if our 5y.o. should play football. (He really wants to!)
First, I posted reasons why your son should/should not play football. Then I attended the NFL Health and Safety Event and learned of Heads Up Football which is teaching new techniques designed to decrease concussions and make the game safer. Then, the President announced that if he had a son - he’d be leary about him playing football (he probably didn’t know about Heads Up Football). And now, NFL players are giving their two cents – on both sides of the fence. See what they have to say ….
I'm an Atlanta mom blogging about MY BOYS and all of the stuff 'they' don't tell you about raising males! I review the books that keep them engaged, the toys that last (and don't last) and the little (big) things that make our lives interesting.