3 Things About Teenage Fashion Other Parents Want You to Know

First of all, let’s put something on the table right now–I do tell my kidlet which clothes are appropriate and which clothes are not–based on my opinion anyway. So just because it doesn’t appear as such, doesn’t mean I didn’t say it. Am I right–sound familiar parents? A tight spot because on one hand my child says, “Everyone dresses like this,” while the other hand checks my blood pressure for emotional distress as she leaves […]

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Either Shop Or Pay–“Selfies” Don’t Check Out

Parents Unite–It’s time to stop fitting room “selfies”! Teenagers have their own idea of what their dress code should be. But good grief! I have had enough of waiting outside the fitting room so (insert any teenagers’ name here) can take a selfie of the outfit, then send it to the best friend for either a “yes” or “no” response of the would be fashion item. This happens every time before proceeding to the check […]

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Take Inventory of Your School Supplies for Special Education Students

Whether you have a young child or teenager with special needs, you will want them to have everything they need for the upcoming school year. It is never to early to take an inventory of any school supplies you have from last year that might be re-used or re-purposed. Knowing ahead of time what you already have will save time and stress once you have your school supply list in hand. There are some great […]

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