Dear Readers, Below is an unabridged article I wrote for CitiBank’s Women and Company. Perhaps my advice will be helpful to parents and grandparents alike. The Secret Word to Avoid Spoiling Your Kids How does spoiling happen? Experts agree that children become spoiled and feel entitled when they are overindulged by their parents. Let’s face […]
The holidays bring about a ton of gift-giving, but deciding what to give your significant other can be tough. Check out this awesome article from Dr. Gramma Karen about her and her husband and their “lists”!
Getting your grandchildren the best presents for the holidays is important to you – and deciding what means to most to your beloved grandkids can be tough! Check out these awesome tips from Dr. Gramma Karen on how to find the best gift ideas for your little ones this year.
Teachers are some of the most important people – they educate and support our little ones all week and help them grow into confident people. Show your kid’s teachers that you appreciate them this week and every week!
We all want our children to do well and to be as smart and as successful as they can be. There are always new methods being discovered that reveal how parents can encourage mental growth in their children. Teaching children a musical instrument is one of the most fascinating ways we can help our children develop.
If you’ve been living with an outdated kitchen or a leaky bathtub for too many years, then the idea of a renovation has probably crossed your mind. But if you share your home with a brood of little ones, there’s a lot to consider before you call in a contractor. Keeping your kiddos not only safe but also happy while the construction crew works is basically a full-time job. If you head into the project prepared, however, it’s not an impossible one.
Once upon a time, eating out was an event that even the wealthy only participated in rarely. But as time passed, eating out became easier and more affordable, and thus more popular than ever before. Indeed, researchers report that Americans are eating out more than they ever have before.
Dear Dr. Gramma Karen,
How do you deal with grandparents who have just informed you that they will be leaving money to one grandchild and none to the other ten grandchildren?