What are the do’s and don’ts when it comes to teaching our kids sorry, and how can we encourage them to eventually use it without prompting from us? When to Introduce Sorry is a must to start introducing in the toddler years, and many parents will find that they haveRead More →

Last Saturday evening the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and Yours Truly were reclining on the living room sofa enjoying our evening cup of coffee. It is a wonderful way to unwind after a week of activity. No matter how hectic the week was, a few quiet moments with aRead More →

The old and conservative concept of family is fast crumbling before our very eyes. In the olden days, families consist of what today may conveniently be called the family lumps, a concept that still retains come relevance in the African concept of Kinship. But in the so-called advanced world, itRead More →

Every morning when my 10 month old baby wakes up she gets the same expression of wonder and joy on her face. She’s so happy that she can crawl and play and inspect and make noise, and that is enough to make me just as happy. You see, not manyRead More →

It was one of those weeks when the more I completed, the more I had to do. These are not my favorite kind of weeks. So frustrating. During these weeks, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage finagles her infamous “Honey-Do-List” in my direction. Because I am busy doing other thingsRead More →

Most parents, especially the mother to be, enthusiastically anticipate the arrival of their new bundle of joy. This is always a treasured and adored event. They commonly spend most of their time counting down the days that remain forward of the big arrival. A usual way to celebrate the upcomingRead More →

As of 2013, there were more than 44 million Americans over the age of 65. By 2060, that number is expected to more than double to 90 million. With this increase in the elderly population comes a greater need for senior care. Whether it is for yourself or a lovedRead More →