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Like a good marriage, it really helps to ignore a lot of daily irritations. Anger is like a fish-hook. We can choose to bite or swim on by. Sometimes, we just keep on swimming! Sometimes, we have to ignore the … Continue reading
https://www.todaysparent.com/family/parenting/an-age-by-age-guide-to-kids-and-smartphones/ Also featured in Today’s Parent Magazine Family Screen Time Contract A Contract for Digital Health and Safety between Parent_____ and Child(ren)_____ Date:_________________ CHILD I agree to always ask you for help, explanation, advice and information regarding anything I can’t … Continue reading
Some of the best conversations about sex, biology and gender was when my older children were 6, 5, and 3 years old and I was having another baby. They would happily draw pictures of sperm and eggs after we had … Continue reading
Ways to Learn Math Without a Workbook By Judy Arnall, BA The birthday cheesecake looked smaller than a half. Although the store sold the cheesecake in halfs and wholes, my children and I opened the box and immediately knew something … Continue reading
Today, is the last day that I’m on active parenting duty. It began on a sunny, hot, cloudless day on June 29, 1991 when my first son came into our lives. The other book-end, my baby, my youngest of 5 … Continue reading
Excerpted from the book, Unschooling To University (and College too): Relationships matter most in a world crammed with content. Games are just another food on the buffet of learning Children love their technology and parents know it. If you treat screen … Continue reading
Update! We did it! Thank you to all our supporters! The book is now out and available world-wide in Amazon, Chapters, Barnes and Noble and any bookstore or library near you upon request. Thank you! Read more about the … Continue reading
https://tgam.ca/2rsjfpl Read the new CPS guidelines here. Excellent Globe and Mail article on how much parents love screens. Globe and Mail Article on CPS Guidelines