Preparing Your Children for School
Parents and children are naturally feeling anxious KEY POINTS This has certainly been a year of constant adjustments for children in their home life and education. Some have learned remotely throughout the pandemic, some have experienced hybrid learning (in school some days and at home on others) and some have returned to school only to be […]
Sibling Battles During Quarantine
Mom and her two sons, 9-year-old Alex and 12-year-old William, are going out for a bike ride. This is their “outside time” during the stay-at-home quarantine. Mom is happy to be leaving the house with them, because she has been working all day at her computer and feels guilty that she has not been spending […]
Oldest, Youngeset, or In Between
How your child’s birth order can affect her personality – and what you can do to influence it’s impact.
Growing up in the new family
Adoptive, mixed race, single-parent households – for all, it’s important to be honest about the hurdles they may face.