Last school year my daughter, Gigi, came home distraught one afternoon—she had her first misunderstanding with a good friend. It was drama filled and in her young mind, she didn’t think they would ever be friends again. She didn’t have perspective, just hurt feelings and sadness. Like most young children, all was better within aContinue reading “The Things We Tell Our Children”
Author Archives: Lisa Meyers Johnson
How Bruno Mars Helped Me Become a Better Parent
Last night my daughter and I went to the Bruno Mars concert in Los Angeles–it was everything! That young man is truly talented and reminds me so much of Michael Jackson around the time he moonwalked during the Motown 25th televised show. Bruno performs with the same intensity and passion. Aside from having great music,Continue reading “How Bruno Mars Helped Me Become a Better Parent”
What Would You Do For Some…Sleep?
Have you seen all the inappropriate, adult-only challenges going around social media? I have and my first thought was this: What Would You Do For Some…Sleep!
Are You Driving a Mommy Mobile?
Take my quick, two-question quiz to find out definitively….
This One Thing Could Save Your Child’s Life
There’s nothing like a good party in the car with the kids. Cue the music, roll the windows down, and sing and dance the traffic away. It’s fun and easy to make shuttling around a memorable party in the car but it can quickly go wrong. Odds are, something’s wrong with how your child’s carContinue reading “This One Thing Could Save Your Child’s Life”
3 Lessons Mom Learned on the Vacation of a Lifetime
I’m in heaven. There’s no other way to describe it. I’m on the vacation of a lifetime, on a megayacht sailing around the French Riviera—Naples, Nice, Puerto Cervo, Capri, Portofino, Antibes, Saint Tropez, and Cannes. My days consist of sleeping in, frolicking in the sun, exploring the wonders of this clear, luring water, flirting withContinue reading “3 Lessons Mom Learned on the Vacation of a Lifetime”
3 Simple Ways to Nurture An Early Sibling Bond
Learn 3 tips to build an early sibling bond between an older sibling and new baby.