Tag Archives: parenthood

The Terrible Twos stage of child development gets talked about, prepared for, and even dreaded, especially by first-time parents. But what is the “terrible twos” stage? Is it all a myth, or does it really strike at the age of two? What causes it? Share:Facebook0TwitterPinterest1emailPrint

As a new mother, staying home is indefinite. Practicing social distancing is essential and with scary, unprecedented times and status quo changing dramatically over the course of a 24-hour news cycle, no one knows what might happen next. Share:Facebook0TwitterPinterest0emailPrint

As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, many people find themselves getting restless and going stir-crazy from the social distancing being applied to daily life. It can be hard to cope with days and nights at home especially with small children between 4 to 10 years of age. Share:Facebook0TwitterPinterest2emailPrint

Parental leave includes either maternity or paternity leave from the workforce after the birth or adoption of a baby. It provides paid time-off work to care for a child , and is available almost in all countries.   Share:Facebook0TwitterPinterest0emailPrint

This is an excerpt from one of my favourite children’s books of all time – The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams. It says a lot about what we BECOME as mothers, as fathers, as parents.  We understand what being REAL is – getting hurt doesn’t matter, becoming ‘ugly’ doesn’t matter. Share:Facebook0TwitterPinterest0emailPrint

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