TheNextMartha

TheNextMartha

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9 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - Parenting without Soci... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks for that. No one can be everything to one person, I know that but I just hope my efforts are enough.

9 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - Parenting without Soci... · 0 replies · +1 points

That\'s definitely a part of it, I have him involved with any and all sports that he wants. I do that for him but it comes with this social side that\'s hard for me. It\'s funny he\'ll often ask \"Are you going to stay\" because he prefers if I leave, so in a way I think he knows in his soul that it\'s hard for me. Or, maybe I\'m just ruining his street cred.

10 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - The Napz · 0 replies · +1 points

I think one really doesn\'t do anything really out there. One totes the line. The other 2 are obviously free from any sort of restrictions.

10 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - The Napz · 0 replies · +1 points

I suspect one out of 4 accounts are watched by parents. No one is *that* squeaky clean.

10 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - The Napz · 0 replies · +1 points

SNORT LAUGH. I heart you.

14 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - I worry more about my ... · 0 replies · +1 points

\"Gifted doesn\'t come down from the skies when a kid is eight..\" <<< This. This, a million times, this. I knew at 10 months.

14 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - Giving kids a Choice · 0 replies · +1 points

That is lovely. I really need to work on the money choices as well. They\'re old enough for sure. Thanks for that.

14 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - Giving kids a Choice · 0 replies · +1 points

You are so famous!!

25 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - Glowing Doll Faces · 0 replies · +1 points

Sometimes when I\'m in my display I stop....look around and then laugh. I forget to the average person how out there this is. To me, it\'s just a expansion in creativity that my brain feeds from.

25 weeks ago @ The Martha Project - Taking a Field Trip Day · 0 replies · +1 points

Yes. He enjoyed the experience. As far as the content, he did say that there was a lot of information that he already knew. He was able to confirm a few things that he had read and seemed to enjoy that as well. I noticed that not all the kids seemed to be in the 10-14 age and that Braden was one of the 3 oldest (and he\'s 10) I\'m not sure if not enough of the older kids signed up so they opened it up to younger kids as well, but that could have made a difference in both content coming from guide and discussion coming from group. Still glad we did it though and am looking for more.