What Essential Stress Relieving Life Skills Did You Learn in Kindergarten?... SORTING and CLASSIFYING Sorting and classification are critical to living an organized life. Often, we tend to think of these two tasks as menial, however, given our
Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques, Dormez-vous? Dormez-vous? When our boys were under eight years of age, we tried very hard to stick to rigid sleep routines. Our eldest seemed the most sensitive to changes and the youngest would wake through
Lunch and Snacks …Mom’s share the experience which builds independence, responsibility and engagement in healthy eating. Don’t be a lunch martyr!
Lunch and Snacks… Mom’s share the experience which builds independence, responsibility, and engagement in healthy eating. Don’t be a lunch martyr! So often when it comes to making lunches, we moms often take it as our responsibility to
The Importance of Breakfast Our eldest son has often asked me, “Mom why don’t you make breakfast like Nana? She would make bacon, eggs, and toast.” This is an interesting question since one of my favourite meals is breakfast.
Yes, You Are What You Eat! … So Take the Time to Think About the Quality of What You Consume About ten years ago one of my student teachers, Johnny P, explained to me that our bodies regenerate
Foundational Practice for Families: Dinner time… A Family that Eats Together Stays Together Many years ago, I was walking at lunch with a colleague chatting about family life. As a father of four children, he reflected that what
Get a BIG Bag of Glamour-infused Fairy Dust! What makes fairy dust so powerful? Glamour! Glamour is a seemingly invisible energy in the forests, that has the power to turn anything negative positive, anything ugly beautiful, and overall heal.
Happy New School Year! Buckle up! The learning adventure begins as millions of families make their way through the triumphs of acquiring new skills and knowledge while resiliently riding the sorrows of failure. The school year is like one
Micro the Macro or Macro the Micro …. Celebrating Details AND the Big Picture Last Friday, after taking micro pictures for video 11, I was struck by lightning insights that have caused me to adjust my micro-macro project.
Committed to Courage & Collaboration in Comox & Cumberland The pandemic has rattled everyone to their core. We have all been asked to compassionately collaborate not just within our immediate communities but globally. We have all been in