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The Parent Lottery

By on Nov 30, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Do you think you won the Parent Lottery? Was it 2007 or 2008 when the first YouTube video, that I can recall, went “viral”? It was Randy Pausch’s last lecture to his computer science class at Carnegie Mellon. With eloquence he stood at his podium on stage and confessed to an auditorium full of his loving students why he was not afraid to die with the pancreatic cancer that would give him just a few more months on earth. His words of wisdom were on achieving your childhood dreams. The entire lecture was in gratitude to his parents for allowing him to dream as a child. Most of the hundred plus power point photos that flashed on the screen behind him were childhood pictures of him acting out his dreams. One of them was actually a slide titled, “My Childhood Dreams” where he listed all 6 of them. All were achieved. This accomplishment took the fear out of dying. He went on to credit his...

Words of Wisdom from Wayne Dyer

By on Nov 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

  Hello Sunday! It is a day to remember one of my favorite spiritual teachers, Dr. Wayne Dyer. He was a proud parent and grandparent. His words of wisdom have inspired me tremendously over the years. Today I want you as parents to be honored with his insight with this article I found on his website. I have been blessed with 9 grandchildren. I am so proud of them and my kids. I love spending time with them and learning from their pure nature. To live with the natural desire to embrace this life and all it has to offer. As we grow older, we are formed by the tribal rules and obligations forced upon our beings, trying to make us conform to separateness and a tribal mentality that requires the approval of others. Children think freely and remain open to learning. They have no concern for being ridiculed in their creativity and fearing what others will think and say when they share...

Potty Training by Lifepath Number

By on Nov 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Many parents dread the potty training stage. When do you start? Do you make it a game? Do you reward them for a job well done? Do you read them a potty training book while they are parked there? The answer is easy. After you figure out your toddler’s lifepath number you will have the insight of my knowledge of your children’s numerology. You will know their vibration, their desire to please (or not) and if they make decisions mentally, physically, emotionally or intuitively. Realizing this power will make raising your children so much easier. Let’s go over again how to determine your child’s life path number. Start with the 6 to 8 numbers that make up their day of birth. A baby born on March 31, 2011 would be a TWO.  3-31-2011 would be added like this….3+3+1+2+0+1+1=11   1+1=2 Here is where the fun begins. I will describe each of the 9 paths as they will...

Your Family’s Life of Gratitude

By on Nov 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

  With Thanksgiving now behind us for another year, I can’t help but imagine what a life of daily giving thanks would be like. Our world is currently immersed in meditation. And America is being rewarded by the results with calm, kind people in control of their actions and far less stressed. So how do you think your family would change if you began a daily ritual of GRATITUDE? Pick a way to start this tradition in your life today while being thankful is still fresh in your family’s minds. Make it a family affair that is shared at the dinner table or keep it between you and each little one as the last thing said before lights out. You could gift each child with a journal to write down their gratitudes of the day. Actually writing will add more energy to their thankfulness. It has been scientifically proven that gratitude will increase your child’s self-esteem and...

Thanksgiving Traditions

By on Nov 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

 Thanksgiving is the most wonderful holiday of all times! My memories begin with a few days prior to the holiday when  I was 4 or 5 years old.  I accompanied my grandfather to the turkey farm to pick out our handsome bird. On the way he asked me if I knew all boy turkeys had the same name? Tom. I was confused and ask several questions before he said he would show me when we got there. So we pull up to the turkey farm and as we walked toward the fence he was yelling out names, Hey Jim, Hey Paul, Hey Bob. No reaction at all. Then as we got up to the fence he yelled Hey Tom! And they all started gobbling and jumping around. I was convinced Pappy was right, all male turkeys were named Tom. So Thanksgiving Day I was just starting to tell my story of our trip to buy the turkey, when both of my brothers said I hope you got one named Tom. If my older brothers knew male turkeys were named Tom...