31 Day Blogging Challenge: Getting Schooled

31 Days of Blogging Challenge

31 Days of Blogging Challenge

Parenting is not an exact science.  In fact, as soon as you figure out one phase of child rearing, your children grow out of that stage and enter a new one.  The whole process like walking upstairs on a downstairs escalator, if you think you’re getting ahead and stop to take a breath, you’re behind again.

Rocky Parenting exists because we understand that parenting is a challenge and when you face challenges, it’s important to have a support team. We’re not shy about exploring the hard stuff, celebrating the good stuff, and laughing at the funny stuff.

We chose “Getting Schooled” as our theme for the 31 Days Challenge because being effective parents means learning.  It also means teaching.

This month, our contributors will be sharing lessons we’ve learned over the years – from our parents, our kids, and the person who delivers the newspaper. We will also teach you a bit of what we know.  Don’t be surprised to log on and learn about Linguistics, Biology, or the Civil War.  Maybe we will share our thoughts about what our kids learn in school or how we handled a difficult parenting dilemma.

Whatever the content of the daily entries, we can guarantee that they will be entertaining and relevant as we parent between a rock and a hard place right alongside you.

We love to hear from our readers, so if you stop by, please leave a comment. And stick around for a while to see what else we’ve been writing about.

Thanks for joining us.

3 thoughts on “31 Day Blogging Challenge: Getting Schooled

  1. I have ten kids; the oldest is 32 and the youngest is 12. With 32 years of parenting under my belt (so far) I can say that some times were rocky, while others were smooth sailing. It seems like it’s been less crazy raising the young five than it was raising the older five!

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  2. I have ten children; the oldest is 32 and the youngest is 12. With 32 years of parenting under my belt, I can say (at least for me), the longer you parent, the less rocky it becomes. I think I’m a much better parent with my youngest five than I was with my oldest five; maybe because I’ve mellowed out a bit and kind of get the hang of it now!

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