At Bethany Christian, kids are supported based on their abilities. If a child needs extra support and tutoring, the academic support is there. They even have a program that is directed specially towards dyslexia. If a child is excelling in reading or math they are allowed to move to the next level. Not a lot… Continue reading Back to school? Consider redirecting your Arizona state tax dollars.
Attending back to school night last night only makes me confirm that we made the right choice with sending Doc to this school. Bethany Christian is very small school in comparison to other schools in the valley. Ask any one of the parents or even kids about why they love Bethany Christian and they will… Continue reading I love our school
We are constantly living in competition and comparting our kids to others. Comparison is a common approach to establish the performance of your child. You compare your child’s grades with others and then determine whether your kid’s academic achievements are “normal”, better or excellent. I am just as guilty as others when it… Continue reading Be the good kid
Ok I wanted to post a speech that Chris Pratt gave after accepting the generational award. Its funny and honestly and I think we can take a lot away from it. No he’s not perfect and like all of us he has flaws but I thought this speech was pretty good. Chris Pratt Generation… Continue reading Chris Pratt Generation Award Speech
I came across this blog post and thought I would share. Parenting is hard but sometimes we have to stop and thinking about what we are saying and how we are saying it. Check out this post by Katherine Jean Books. Words that Win: Adjusting our Attitudes Through our Speech
Help support Bethany Christian as they pack 10,000 meals for starving kids in Haiti. Feed the Need is working with Bethany Christian to help pack and box up over 10,000 meals for children in Haiti. Bethany Christian School will be hosting the Feed the Need Packing Party May but we need your help! We… Continue reading Feed the Need. Us pack 10,000 meals for starving kids in Haiti.
Our family has been at the same preschool for 7 years. Doc who is not 7, went there and Bam who is 2 has gone there since she was 10 weeks. I went to high school with the current director and many of the teachers. Several of our close family friends have sent there kids… Continue reading Mom advice needed
Dear Friends and Family, This is the time of year that I use my blog to humbly ask for your help and support. A year ago, Tyler and I prayed fervently about where to send Scarlett to 1st grade since our local school district was not giving her the academic support she needed to excel.… Continue reading Do you know where your AZ State Tax dollars are going?
My mother once told me, “Finding quality education for your child will be the hardest thing you do as a parent”. She wasn’t wrong. I pride myself on knowing a lot about education, educational politics, and different teaching methods without being a teacher. Over the last 3 years I’ve researched the death out of every… Continue reading Moms struggles with educational choices
I don’t claim to be an expert on marriage or love or relationships. I just know that ours works. Sometimes it’s rocky, sometimes is easy, sometimes I just want to scream or throw a shoe at him. Most of the time I just want to cuddle and watch Netflix or take a drive somewhere new.… Continue reading Finding your soulmate at 20 years old. Lessons on marriage
Dear Friends and Family, We did the math and we found it would actuality cost us more in after school care, books, supplies and sports if we sent Doc to our local overcrowded public school. Say what you want about private school and the kids you think go to them but our school is a… Continue reading Time to think about STO donations and taxes