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I’m still in shock by the recent bombings in Boston. I’m so saddened and horrified that this senseless act has taken place… again. How do you even try to explain this tragedy to your kids? My 12 year old son just couldn’t understand why … Continue reading
It’s natural to feel worried, confused and a little frustrated when your child is past the preschool years and they are still wetting the bed. You’re likely wondering how to support each other during this challenging time.
Are you balanced? It’s a question that has caught my attention recently and has gotten me thinking. Hmmm….define balance. As I read about it, I saw this question: “Are you keeping pace or being run over?” In my head I’m … Continue reading
This is the third post in our series about child care in Halton Region. Anna* needed child care for her two young children as their grandmother was caring for them but was starting to tire easily. Anna was worried about finding someone she could trust and who … Continue reading