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How To Talk To Your Child About The Election

Tensions are running high, and conversations about the upcoming election are aplenty, and who is picking up on all the stress and intensity? Our children. Many of us wonder how much to share with our children about politics. How much is good for them? Will they understand? Will it cause them stress or anxiety? These can be tough questions to navigate. Other times, children can surprise us with how much they’ve already picked up without us knowing it! This is a parenting topic that may reflect differences in our values, beliefs and approach to sharing information with our children, and that’s okay. There is room for you to know your own child, what is best for them, and how your...

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How to Help your Child Strengthen their Inner Voice and Encourage Self-Expression

The inner voice is the quiet, wise place inside all of us that knows what is right for us. By the time we are adults, we have received many messages from the world that complicate our relationship to our inner voice. Sometimes obscuring it- making that whisper hard to hear, and other times making us doubt what we know to be true.  These messages take us further away from our deep wisdom, and muddy our ability to communicate clearly and express our needs. Many of us as adults, are only now in a process of re-learning how to access this wisdom, how to remember what once came easily to us. It can be a long and slow process to undo...

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Raising Caring, Confident, and Resilient Kids This Holiday Season

This year has knocked us down, chewed us up and spit us out...yet, here we are, still moving into the holiday season and rounding the corner to the end of the year. Good riddance year 2020, amiright?  Although the year is not over (and more challenges surely lay ahead) we feel this Holiday season is the perfect time to connect to the things that are most important in our lives. Instead of getting caught up in the frantic energy of the holiday season, what if we use this season to reset and focus on our core values? What if we encourage our children to connect to their inner strengths? What if we encourage ourselves to do the same? This holiday...

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7 Ways to Enjoy the Halloween Magic this Year

Halloween is the ultimate kid’s holiday. Truly… what could be better than dressing up in costumes, eating yummy treats and spooking your family?  Even the adults can get into the playfulness and magic of Halloween as we find the more playful aspects of ourselves.  This year, however, has many of us feeling melancholy. How can we provide a joyful Halloween to our children when things look so different this year? Never fear- Slumberkins is here! (cue superhero outfit). We aren’t ready to give up on the fun just yet! Our kids need us and finding joy around this holiday, doesn’t have to drain us of all our energy. While things may look different for Halloween this year for many of...

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Help your Family Cope with Displacement and Wildfires

  Our hearts go out to all the families coping with wildfires and displacement during this already challenging time. Here are a few tips for how to help your young children with anxiety and displacement around fires: 1. Be Prepared: Follow recommendations in your area. Here is a link for resources on how to prepare for evacuation due to wildfire. Everyone in the family can be comforted by taking the best steps to protect your home and family. 2. Talk to your Child: What you say to your child will depend on their age and the situation you are in. In general, be honest and calm and answer your child’s questions the best you can. Here are some examples of what...

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