Learning the days of the week and months of the year are often taught to preschoolers and kindergarteners. It's simple memorization, and it's a great way for teachers and parents alike to start their day. I promise that teaching your kids the days and months doesn't have to be hard.
Learning to tell time is a rather important skill for your kids. While we do, in most cases, have digital clocks, it's still a crucial skill for kids to learn how to use an analog clock. Those hands can sure be confusing at first! Teaching your kids to tell time shouldn't be a confusing or troublesome task.
If winter means anything, it means there will be plenty of snow. Rather than being upset with the snow, use it to your advantage and find fun games and activities with snow. Snow can even be educational.
Before you had kids, New Year's Eve might have been spent at a party or at a bar, dancing and drinking. Now that you have kids, the celebration changes and becomes low-key. I prefer celebrating New Year's Eve with kids at home. We make plenty of memories.