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Dilemmas – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent. – Single Dad, Parents Article

The world is full of dilemmas and seemingly perplexing questions. Sleep on your back or front Tea or Coffee Is Trump a criminal or political hero To help the injured bird or leave it for the hungry predator Football or Soccer Is Brexit a good thing or stupid Sunsets or Sunrises Tomato Ketchup or Mayonnaise on Fries Captain America or Ironman Toblerone – best chocolate ever or a chocolate designed to do damage to the top of your mouth on…

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planning the first two blocks of fourth grade – Parents Article

So, now we are up to the nitty gritty of planning.  Details on that in just a moment! I have posted a few updates on Facebook at The Parenting Passageway page and on Instagram @theparentingpassageway, but here is an official updated planning post for fourth grade and where I am now… I have laid out our school year and matched each week of our school year to a main lesson block topic I looked at our “big picture rhythm” and…

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Early Learning Worksheets Every Mom Of Little’s Will Love! – Single Mum, Parents Article

0 Flares Reddit 0 StumbleUpon 0 Buffer 0 … This is only a snippet of a Single Mum Parents Article written by Jess10 Read Full Parenting Article

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Why I Don’t Make My Kids Clean Up After Every Activity – Parents Article

I heard a knock at the door… it was an unannounced visit from a lady who lives in our building. And, my house was a MESS!!! My 5 year old daughter has recently been on a rampage of creating things using BIG pieces of paper and sticky tape. The photo above is what it looks like just at the start of one of her creative moments. She can sit there for an hour, ferociously cutting, and taping, and trying out…

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Our Home Is Not Broken – Single Mom Unschooling – Single Mum, Parents Article

Since this topic is back in the news again, I thought I’d weigh in. When things go awry, people tend to point fingers somewhere. Often times families like mine get pointed at. My son lives with one parent (me) and hasn’t seen his other parent in seven years. Society would have me believe that this somehow means that our home is broken, and worse yet, that my son is “at risk.” Luckily I don’t believe this. One of the arguments…

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When Everything Falls Apart – Single Mom Unschooling – Single Mum, Parents Article

I almost had to enroll my son in school. To most people, that’s not a big deal, it’s the norm. For us it would’ve been devastating. B has never been to school and thrives with an unschooling environment. He’s free to choose how he spends his time and what he wants to learn. That freedom is something I always want for him. This summer was beyond challenging for me. My nanny job ended when the family moved, I tried to launch…

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