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How to help children cope with death

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How to help children cope with death

  I hope this guide will help you help children cope with death. First, before I go further, it is essential to acknowledge that dealing with your feelings is challenging, without the addition of caring for young people. Therefore, before you can help others, you need to take care of your needs too. Talking to […] Read more…

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Uncovering the Benefits of Co-Sleeping

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Uncovering the Benefits of Co-Sleeping

For decades now, having your child alongside you when you’re sleeping seems to have gotten a bad reputation and I completely understand the risks but it is actually great, and packs in a ton of benefits for both the parent and the child. We have co-slept since he was a baby. So if you’ve got […] Read more…

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Ways to help your child’s education

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Watching your child perform well at school and in academics can be a very fulfilling and satisfying feeling, and quite frankly, that’s what we all want to experience as parents. But that, just like the other parts of parenting, takes effort to achieve- so here’s helping you with that. Focus on Consistency Consistency is the […] Read more…

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Fun Spring games

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fun spring games

Here are some fun games and activities that can be played outside with a group of kids of any age. Variations on Tag The game of tag has so many variations they could fill an entire book. Here are a few ideas to get the children started. Shadow Tag is a variation where the person […] Read more…

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Making sure the elderly keep their independence

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Making sure the elderly keep their independence

  As we get older, sometimes, we rely on other’s around us to help us get around. However, there are ways that the elderly can keep their independence, taking the weight off those caring for them.     Lucas and I often go out with my Grandma who is 88. When Lucas was still in […] Read more…

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6 Ways to Encourage your Children to be More ‘Green’

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Good habits are easy to form when the mind is young and impressionable, and that’s exactly why, it is best to introduce your little one to healthy habits at an early stage itself. Educate Educating your little one about the earth, its resources, pollution, global warming and other such important facts is the first step […] Read more…

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How to Get Mother’s Day Planned Early

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How to Get Mother’s Day Planned Early

Most people have had the same fear, forgetting Mother’s Day! There’s nothing worse than feeling the wrath of your mum when their big day has been completely overlooked. Additionally, there’s no pang of guilt quite like it, so it’s important you that you do everything in your power to remember! You shouldn’t be half-hearted about […] Read more…

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How to make your mum feel special this Mother’s Day

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Everyone has got their own perception of what Mother’s Day should offer and be, but it obviously all depends on what your mum likes to do and see. However, making someone feel special often amounts to more than what flowers you get them. If you’re keen to give your Mum a very special and unique gift this Mother’s […] Read more…

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Ways to instill kindness and compassion in children

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Ways to instill kindness and compassion in children

As parents, we all want the best for our children, and we also want our children to be the best. We want them to be good human beings, for them to have the qualities of kindness, humbleness, gratefulness and compassion among others. Here are simple and actionable ways to help you take action and help […] Read more…

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