Tammy’s Teachings… bringing passion and purpose back to parenting.

As a mom and teacher for more than 25 years, I’ve learned a few lessons. Like life itself, parenting is a mixture of highs and lows, with a lot of ordinary mixed in the middle. One thing’s for sure: being a parent is challenging.

Tammy’s Teachings is my way of empowering parents to become more passionate and purposeful. Parenting doesn’t have to be stressful and chaotic. There are practices and strategies that really work!

I invite you to explore new ways to think about raising children in a safe, supportive community of learners. Let’s gather, connect, and encourage each other on the path to a more confident, less stressful parenting experience.

Honor failure

Love unconditionally

Keep the end in mind

Consider the message

Encourage the heart

Challenge the norm

Live with integrity

Embrace the light

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2 thoughts on “Home

  1. Tammy you are an awesome person and that’s why you were able to make a difference in the lives of children. You love children, period! Loving children is the key to being an effective teacher. A child can feel the love of a teacher and that means the world to them. (I remember two teachers, Ms. Jackson and Ms. Lewis – they are only two teachers I remember, from elementary school. I loved them and wanted to be like them. As a little girl, I looked up to them. They were the reason I wanted to be a teacher.) I believe teaching children is a calling… If it’s just a job, the children can tell! Children feed on emotion and how they feel. How are they made to feel? If made to feel good about themselves, they will excel to that teacher’s EXPECTATIONS! You are a beautiful person in and out! I truly wish there were more teachers in this country like you! Our children NEED teachers like you!

  2. Thank you Priscilla. Truly I’m at a loss of words in how to reply to your kind words and encouragement. And that says a lot for a writer. 😉 It was difficult for me to leave the classroom five years ago to teach teachers. I miss the relationships I built with so many wonderful families. And now I’m hoping to reach many more children through this forum. Thanks again for your comment.

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