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The Smallest of Wins

When was the last time you really checked in with your kids? Or took a moment to watch your child interact with the world. You might be surprised about the struggles they are experiencing. Granted, they may not be earth-shattering battles, but they are battles none...

Sending Love With Our February Newsletter

After a busy first month of 2021, let’s take a moment and consider our relationships with our loved ones. How have you been showing love to your kids and teens? Did you know that love doesn’t need to be expressed in expensive or fancy ways. In fact, the...

Three Mask-Wearing Tricks

Are wearing masks driving you crazy? Have you tried these three tricks to make masks easier to wear? If not, these small changes will rock your world! Check it out!

5 Signs the Pandemic is Hurting Your Child

Whether or not you’ve had COVID-19, the pandemic has impacted not just the lives of adults, but of kids and teens too. Children (especially young children) often appear as if life doesn’t phase them as much as it does adults. They may be sad, angry, or...

Sweetest Kulu

Looking for a good bedtime story? This is a perfect one! This reminds me of the book “On the night you were born” but even better. And it also gives a wonderful glimpse of Arctic culture. Plus I love that it uses the Inuktitut term for endearment,...

January Newsletter Available!

I am so excited to be releasing the first newsletter of 2021! We’re talking about new years resolutions that you can help your kids and teens make. It’s a great opportunity to help them work on goal setting and habit changing. Another big topic is how to...

Shapes Scavenger Hunt

Looking for another activity for your young preschoolers? How about a shape scavenger hunt? Not only is it great for beginning math skills, but it encourages exploration and creativity. And it is a great opportunity for little ones to be in control, which they...

Christmas 2020

Merry Christmas to all! I am blessed to be able to celebrate Christmas with some of my family and it was so wonderful to go to Mass, even with masks and physical distancing. It’s so important to keep traditions that are meaningful as normal as possible. No matter what...

When We Were Alone

This is a beautiful book that shares the negativity of the boarding school indigenous children were sent to in a way that is less scary for little ones. It also shared how the children coped with the negativity and lack of support. While what happened to the children...

Wild Berries

Looking for something yummy? Here is the first review in the picture book series featuring indigenous authors. I really enjoyed reading this book, especially since it reminded me of an childhood favorite of mine, “Blueberries for Sal.” It even shares what...