How To Help Children With Anxiety

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Anxiety has been high for us all this year, with ever-changing information about COVID-19 and allowable activities, mask mandates, protests, violence, and now uncertainty about what school will look like for our children in the … Read More

Defining Family Values

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What a year it has been! COVID-19 has dramatically affected our lives and we’ve been adjusting. After the tragic death of George Floyd last month, the past few weeks of news and social media have … Read More

Helping Our Kids Through COVID-19

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This season of navigating our families through COVID-19 has been so many things: unprecedented, surreal, scary, uncertain, and challenging. But there have also been moments of joy, peace, and memory-making as we’re all home and … Read More

Confessions of a Needy Parent

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I don’t know about you, but before I became a parent, I thought I’d do it perfectly. I thought I would receive supernatural wisdom and aptitude for parenting when my first child was born. While … Read More

The Importance of Play

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One of the most important building blocks in a child’s life is playing. Children learn important skills, like fine motor abilities, teamwork, problem solving, and creativity when they play. With the prevalence of technology in … Read More

Savor Your Season

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With the advent of a new year, many of us are thinking about goals, dreams, and visions for the future. We’re reflecting on last year, what went well and what we’d like to change going … Read More

Presence Over Presents

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It’s December! Can you believe it? This month a lot of our focus is on presents: what to buy and who to buy for. Where we can get the best deal and how quickly it … Read More