Super Mom Tip On How To Connect With Your Teen Without Spending Money.
Sometimes, I think my teenagers might have actually been body snatched and replaced by cyber monsters from A far off intergalactic galaxy.
My sweet little bouncing babies have been swapped out by cyber monster teens, obsessed with viral meme's, YouTube fail videos, Snapchat streaks and Tick Toc Dances. 🤣
Don't even get me started on the language!
Gucci? Bruh? Cringeworthy? Crashy?
What in the world?
Do I really NEED to learn a new language to communicate with them too? 🤦♀️
Yup, I do!
How in the world can I even attempt to protect them from this big crazy world if I don't even know what's going on? #momstruggles
Like you, I strive to be a good parent and that involves doing everything in my power to keep my kiddos safe, happy and healthy. So, I'm working at it and trying not to get too salty in the process. Most of the time I'm fire!🔥, LOL
Here are a few websites I've found helpful in my teen research.
I've noticed that all the cyber this & virtual that, leaves very little opportunity to REALLY connect.
How do we bring them back to REALITY and out of this strange virtual fog?
It's not as hard as it sounds and it's FREE.
💗 Put down your phone, offer them your undivided attention & watch the magic happen.
Create Family Goals Together
Let the kids decide what they are interested in working on with you, and put them in charge. This gives them a sense of responsibility and feeling of importance. Setting the stage for positive growth in the family towards a common goal that is shared.
SET IT UP
Create a GOAL BOARD that is specific to what your family is working on together.
Be sure to place it in a place that is very visible so the family can interact with it often.
Set up a timeline of progress.
Determine a family reward when you complete the goals.
Enjoy spending the time with your kids and letting them shine in their family leadership goal planning role.
Start Creating & Accomplishing Family Goals Today. ⭐
If you want your children to turn out well, spend twice as much time with them, and half as much money.~Abigail Van Buren