The Gift of Movement and Unstructured Play
Having been on lockdown for most of the past year, it’s been fun to sit at our local outdoor food court as things are re-opening. There is a huge round fountain in the center. The raised edge encircling the fountain is about 18 inches wide. What is such fun about this fountain is watching little…Read More →
Managing in the Pandemic Part 1… You’ve Got This! Taking Care of YOU Helps Your Kids, Too!
This is a tough time in history and crossing into 2021 hasn’t magically changed that. Heartwarming videos and posts encourage us that we’ll get through this together, but if you’re working from home and trying to manage distance learning with your kids, it can feel pretty lonely. It may be helpful to know that what…Read More →
3 Tips for Staying Positive
Could YOU use a little “positive” in your life right now? You’re not alone. 2020 has given us all a run for our money. Here are 3 tips for staying positive: Perspective A 16-year-old with ADD shared that she has learned to say to herself: “Everyone has challenges. Mine is ADD.” This attitude has allowed…Read More →