Strategies to Make Bedtime Less of a Nightmare

So, you have followed the suggestions of my other posts and have been making an effort to get your child to go to bed at a decent hour, but now they won’t close their eyes. It isn’t like you can just tape them shut, so how are you supposed to get them to go to…

Read More

4 Ways to Help Separation Anxiety in Preschoolers

Separation anxiety is not uncommon in preschoolers. Even if they have been at daycare for most of their childhood, the new school, new teachers, along with their developing mind can make it hard for them to adapt to the transition.

Read More

3 Steps to help your anxious preschooler

The preschool years are all about learning how to manage emotions, but some kids needed added support in order to help manage their feelings. Anxiety issues can occur frequently in…

Read More

Counseling Preschoolers

A lot can happen in the first 5 years of life. Kids are generally good at bouncing back from difficult situations, but sometimes they need help to get through the problem so it does not hold them back…

Read More

The parenting guide

This parenting stuff is hard work. Not only are you giving up nights of sleep, calling off because your child is sick, and having meaningless arguments about how “the Paw Patrol bowl is dirty and…

Read More

One step

Hello and welcome! This is my first of many posts. My belief is that changing our lives begins with one step. Once we have made one, it is easier to make another until we look back…

Read More