How To Talk To Kids About COVID-19: The Pandemic Has Eased But They Still Have Questions

How To Talk To Kids About COVID-19: The Pandemic Has Eased But They Still Have Questions

In this arti­cle, we offer sug­ges­tions for talk­ing to kids about the ongo­ing pan­dem­ic. After all, the World Health Orga­ni­za­tion (WHO) has not declared it over, nor has it changed it to endem­ic sta­tus. We are all tired of COVID-19, but the virus isn’t fin­ished with us quite yet. Here are some sug­ges­tions on talk­ing to your chil­dren about the ongo­ing pandemic.

Prepare Your Child For A New Sibling: Help Them Get Excited About This Change In The Family

Prepare Your Child For A New Sibling: Help Them Get Excited About This Change In The Family

In this arti­cle, we offer some sug­ges­tions for prepar­ing your child for a new sib­ling. Timed prop­er­ly and told sim­ply and clear­ly, the news can be, if not wel­comed entire­ly, cer­tain­ly accept­ed. After all, if they’ve been an only child until now, the idea of a sib­ling may not thrill them imme­di­ate­ly. But not to worry!
With your help and guid­ance, they will adjust and come to cher­ish this new lit­tle per­son under their roof.