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Handling Your Child’s First Heartbreak-main

Handling Your Child’s First Heartbreak

900 600 Jessica Trotter

As parents, we have this natural instinct to want to protect our children from everything.  But realistically we know that is not possible and if we are being honest, the best learning experience we ever…

Active Listening

Active Listening – How to Communicate with Your Child

1024 611 Chelsy Theriault

Communicating with our children can be a difficult task at time. Oftentimes while we feel like they are not listening to us, they feel like we are not listening to them. Good listening and communication…

4 Secrets for a Healthy Bedtime Routine

4 Secrets for a Healthy Bedtime Routine

1600 947 Chelsy Theriault

Bedtime routines and rituals are important for most children in establishing positive sleep patterns and in developing a sense of security and stability. Establishing a bedtime routine can also provide predictability and a comforting, familiar…

Connect With Your Child

Connect With Your Child (but don’t overdo it)

1600 1068 Chelsy Theriault

We live in such a weird time – while we feel more connected to the rest of the world than ever before, we are slowly becoming disconnected from those around and closest to us. Unfortunately,…

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4 Ways to Manage a Meltdown

1000 568 Chelsy Theriault

Meltdowns, temper tantrums, throwing fits – there are no words that elicit more dread to a parent than these. When our children lose control we often feel that the only course of action is to…


The Amazing Benefits of Summer Camp (besides having loads of fun)

1200 1046 Jessica Trotter

Sure, summer camps are super fun!  Not only can your kids do fun and new activities while enjoying all that nature has to offer but they can make amazing friendships that last a lifetime too. …

Carnival & Cane Positive Discipline Without Hurting Your Child

Positive Discipline Without Hurting Your Child

900 562 Chelsy Theriault

Children are tiny experts in finding ways to push our buttons and try our patience. No parent is to blame for feeling irritated, sad, angry, annoyed, confused and hurt. It is at these times that…

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