As my first born prepares to leave elementary school, this will be a bitter-sweet next few months for me. Our family will be experiencing lots of new beginnings and all the sad endings. No more cute little Christmas concerts, elaborate Halloween or Valentine’s Day parties where I made all the adorable little treats. My […]
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We started a Mother’s Day tradition a few years ago, even though we didn’t even know we were doing it at the time. It was fairly simple, but it has blossomed into something so wonderful. One Mother’s Day, my husband and his mom decided to bring home lots of different flowers to plant in pots […]
No matter how many times I complain about the Omaha weather, I must admit that I’m always just as excited as the kids are to hear there is a snow day.
You know they’re not making millions, but you want them to know you appreciate what they do. How do you find a good, meaningful teacher gift?
OMB is not advocating for or against the flu shot. This is one writers perspective and ways to help the parents that decide it is best for their child.Probably one of the most challenging things as a parent is dealing with childhood vaccinations. I am not here to debate on whether you should or should […]
But you sigh and realize that in this day in age, hearing or seeing information about an event in the media is inevitable.
As a parent and a teacher, I have a pretty good view of both sides. If teachers hold the standard high for students, parents hold the standards even higher for teachers.
Let’s first begin with one fact: I am a teacher. When the kids go back to school, I go back to school. There’s no more sleeping in, being lazy, long summer days at pools or zoos or whatever we feel like doing when we feel like doing it. It’s back to the grind for all […]
Summer Bucket List I’ve noticed over the last couple of years a lot of parents make a “Summer Bucket List.” They post check off lists of vacations or things to do during a “staycation.” While both of those things are very fun, they are also exhausting for parents, their pocket books, and even the kids. […]
Omaha I have lived in the Omaha area for about 18 years now. Although I was born and raised in a small town in Southwest Iowa. I moved to Omaha for college and stayed. I love it because it’s a city with many options, with a small town atmosphere. It’s a great place to raise kids […]