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.
We’ve got some ideas about things to do with her you will both enjoy. Choose one or two of these activities each week, and start spending more time with your wonderful daughter before she’s fully grown and out of the nest!
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.
In this article, we offer you some tips for handling what can be an explosive phase in human growth and development. Whether you’re already in the midst of these choppy and unpredictable waters, or you’re setting sail soon because your child turns 13 next month, these ideas will help you manage the teen years successfully.
Does your child really need braces? What will the long-term effects be if you opt-out of braces? Can you afford it? You want your child to get braces, but should you hold off for a year or two? Is your child responsible enough to have braces and to care for them properly? There is a lot to think about before making a final decision. Read on and learn more with us!
There will always be some conflict between siblings; it’s natural and almost necessary to healthy child development. But you can teach them how to handle those conflicts by handling them well yourself. In this article, we’ve got some ideas for you on that score, on how to manage sibling arguments and lessen the stress levels for everyone.