I’ve talked a little bit about how I’ve returned to working in the classroom recently, here on the blog and on my Instagram.
Do you feel pressured to constantly come up with new ideas for your child’s play? Maybe they’re great at entertaining themselves most of the day, but for some reason, there is that little pocket of time that
Question: How do you keep 60 children aged 2.5-5-years-old entertained for 40-50 hours a week, with only one closet full of toys? Answer: Toy rotation.
Getting our children to play together nicely is a major struggle for most families.
I’m the middle of 5 kids.
We all want our children to grow up to be well-adjusted people with meaningful friendships and relationships, right? To share, compromise and play cooperatively? Well, they don’t come out of the womb with those ski
We that spend a lot of time with children have to help them deal with frustration. Probably frequently.
I knew a child once, let’s call her Lucy.
The mom guilt thing is no joke, you guys! Pair it with all the judgments we receive from other moms, and we can become emotional self-hating messes.
I’m a big reader. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loved escaping into children’s books and then novels. Tolkien, Steinbeck, Vonnegut, those guys were there for me.
You can often tell the child that dressed themselves: They’re wearing a superman t-shirt backward, 3 different skirts layered on top of each other, and mismatched leggings with rainboots.