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Unsolicited Moms

3 Rules for being a good mom chum

October 23rd, 2018

3 Rules of establishing boundaries with new Mom Chums. Mom Chums are great- we all get each other and we all help each other out. But it’s smart to enter the friendship with some boundaries so that the lines don’t get blurred or crossed because it’s always good to have a Mom Chum in your Click to watch

3 signs you’ve over-scheduled your kids

October 23rd, 2018

Ballet, gymnastics, Silks, soccer, hockey, t-ball, swimming… the list goes on and on. Sure we want our kids to learn to focus, work together as a team, develop interests and explore their abilities but there actually is a point where we can over-schedule them. And while it serves to keep our little ones busy there Click to watch

Talking to your kids about disabilities

October 23rd, 2018

We recently asked how parents handle speaking to their kids about disability. We got some GREAT answers. It’s a tough topic to navigate for several reasons. Firstly, we don’t want our kids to see disability as ‘less than’ or negative in any way. Instead we want to communicate ‘differences’. Secondly, we want to be sensitive Click to watch

How do you talk to your kids about God?

October 23rd, 2018

So your kid comes home and says “who is Jesus Christ?” or you have to explain why certain things happen in life. What do you do and how do you explain the notion of “God” to your kids? Whether you’re a believer or not – they’re going to have questions. Here’s how we answer them! Click to watch

Are you comfortable with your kids cabbing?

October 23rd, 2018

Are you ready to put your precious cargo in a cab? At what point to you loosen the reigns and let your kids start cabbing? There are some great reasons to let them catch a cab but then there’s the other thing – the motherhood guilt and the fear that comes with parenting. How comfortable Click to watch