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#7day challenge

Choose your favourite card from the School’s Coming Routine Kit card pack and tell us why it’s your fave. There are 46 cards in the pack and each play an important role in helping kids prepare for school. The cards are an important source of conversation and discussion for parents about routine, responsibility and teamwork.…

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The Gift of Life

How quickly time flies! I remember being told when the children were born, enjoy it, because time flies. It seemed like such a cliche back then, and I was like, oh yeh, sure! Fast-forward 5 years and this tiny hand belongs to my daughter about to start school. It does fly, doesn’t it! However when you’re…

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Learning from each other

Our kids are our greatest teachers. There is not a single day that goes by, that I do not learn something or marvel at the brain and inner workings of a child’s mind. It is quite fascinating. I love the way they model, experiment, play and imagine. These are delightful qualities in a child and…

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Will it work?

Will it or won’t it work? Some days it does and some days it doesn’t and other days it’s a bit messy. I truly believe though in never giving up no matter how tough, messy or ugly it gets. When it comes to parenting and being the best parent I can possibly be, I’m committed,…

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Be Calm and Still

You know those days when it’s absolutely blowing a gale and the storm is raging… (and I mean both inside and outside). We may not be able to control what is going on outside, things can be beyond our control. What we do have control over however is ourselves, how we behave, what we think…

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Too Black or White?

  When we’re being too black or white, we’re only looking at something from one perspective, or another. We’re limiting our field of vision, our perspective and our choices. If we think of something as only good or bad, black or white, right or wrong – there is no choice. It helps to start thinking…

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Protection?

  When they’re little we are their protectors constantly watching, supervising and keeping them safe. Once they go to daycare or pre-school, we hand over some of that sense of responsibility. With the next step transitioning to school it becomes more amplified, because with the school yard comes new challenges. As our child is growing,…

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