We're living in an extraordinary Era where the world is literally at our fingertips. Despite the conveniences of technology the quality of life for the working class family has severely depreciated. The Everybody Else Expectations of looking, walking, talking, smiling and killing like the people on the hill, were killed by the crushed spirits of working-class families on not only Main Street but Wall Street as well. With limited time, money and support ordinary parents have been confronted with extraordinary challenges, including not only raising Working Class Heroes but of becoming Working Class Heroes themselves.
The Krap Kickers, Krap Kicking Parenting and Extra-Ordinary-Parents Blogs are stream-lined reference-guide-forums of extra-ordinary-measures to assist ordinary parents in rising to the challenges of Working-Class Heroes and support in kicking the Everybody Else Expectations to the curb.
The blogs are divided into three categories:
·Krap Kicking Parenting ~ dedicated to parenting. Provides advice, tips, and resources of fun ways to guide your children, identify their interest and utilizing their interest to inspire and teach them to reach their greatest potential. Tip #1 your kids interest are usually the same as yours (or very similar) so you should come to find, re-find, or [redefine] yourself in the process.Hope to include scholarship resources.
·Krap Kickers ~ dedicated to Kids. Challenges are created in several common areas of interest in which kids seem to find interest. Challenges created should assist educating kids in all academic subjects (Math, Since, English, History and more). This should assist you in identifying your child's interest. This blog also includes topics for Kids to discuss, such as Grade Your Teacher, to assist in empowering Kids by giving them a voice in an adult world.
·Extra-Ordinary Parents ~ created for a community of dedicated parents and villagers. A mindful forum to discuss challenges, current events, products and services to assist ordinary parents in finding balance. Finding ways to improve the quality of life for the working-class family by utilizing our time and finding more of it to do spend with the ones we love doing things we love to do; creating energy; putting our best foots forward.