The holidays are coming up, and although many parents look forward to having their children home from school, they also find that after a few days it isn’t so easy having the kids underfoot all the time. The youngsters are all excited about Christmas, they start fighting more often, and when they’re not doing that they complain to their parents that they’re bored.
This season is one of those odd times that combine a lot of fun with a lot of stress. It isn’t easy having the children right on top of you again, especially when they’re all pumped up about the presents they’re going to get and can’t seem to leave one another alone. Here are a few ideas for maintaining sanity during these both enjoyable and difficult times. Read more
When entertaining guests this holiday season, the last thing you want to do is run around last-minute, prepping your table and cleaning. This year, try some simple tips so you can spend more time enjoying the season with friends and family.
From the food preparations to the table settings and the cleanup, entertaining can be time consuming, but also rewarding. Planning ahead and introducing a few shortcuts will help manage your kitchen time so you’re free to mingle and not stress about the mess. Read more
A child who has high sensitivities and enriched sensory abilities is often labeled as a “problem child” with an emotional disability that needs to be medicated. When we recognize our gifted children as the next evolutionary step for humanity, we can finally see them for who they truly are. As a parent, we need to embrace each of our unique children and find a way for them to flourish in a world that doesn’t always embrace differences.
For parents of sensitive children, here are 9 attributes that you may notice in your Indigo child. Read more