The World is Not Black and White

The World is Not Black and White

The world is filled with gray Is your child a black and white thinker? Do you feel as though you are walking on egg shells? Do you make sure everything is “perfect” to avoid a meltdown? If you said yes to any of these questions, you have a rigid child. A...
Sensory Sensitive Child

Sensory Sensitive Child

Would you child stand to have their hands covered in paint? Does your child have hard pants and soft pants? Does it take forever to get dressed? Do the seams on socks and underwear irritate your child? Are they sensitive to light, sound or textures? You many have a...
Preparing Your Child for a New Baby

Preparing Your Child for a New Baby

I know what you are thinking, how will I ever love another baby as much as I love my first born? It’s a common question and I promise you will be able to find space in your heart for both.  Being a mom again is an amazing experience.  I remember feeling “I...
Siblings that Get Along

Siblings that Get Along

Having siblings that get along is ideal.  Why else would you have more than one child?  so the can grow up together, depend on each other and love each other.  That is always the plan until it’s not, and it’s disappointing, frustrating and tiring.  So what...
Keep Your Head In the Game

Keep Your Head In the Game

Playing sports is not easy. Have you ever played? I played volleyball and basketball on school teams. I wasn’t very good at volleyball, I was scared of the ball. I loved basketball and was pretty good at it. But it was school sports. Nothing too serious. Sports...
3 Tips to Build Resiliency in Your Children

3 Tips to Build Resiliency in Your Children

Resiliency is the ability to bounce back. To learn from mistakes, and move forward. Some people are born with it others are not. The good news is you can teach it! If you left your two children in the morning you would probably come home to one still standing at the...