Back in the beginning of time, okay, when I started this blog, I thought I would give advice to younger moms (with younger children) – you know, been there, done that kind of advice. Well, it turns out I don’t really want to write about that and that my advice (some of it) is even dated (I mean like best strollers and that type of thing). I do like to share and I think having moms ahead of you on the time line of parenting is invaluable and I have benefited immensely from my more experienced mom friends (Shout out to you Old Moms!). I did write this 4 tips for a great Parent/Teacher conference but recently I found these two articles from Jeffrey Zaslow of the Wall Street Journal and, umm, they are better (they should be), so read them.
From the Wall Street Journal
How parents can get the most out of their 10 minutes:
• Ask your child to share concerns before you go.
• Bring written notes and questions.
Write to Jeffrey Zaslow at firstname.lastname@example.org