We’ve been off school in isolation a week longer than most children. I wanted to document how our first week went in case it’s useful for those just starting out
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There’s so many things we can do as parents to help children understand their feelings and thoughts, as well as teach them how to regulate these healthily.
I’ve spent time researching ways to teach him things that don’t come naturally to me. Here are my tips, feel free to add your own in the comments, the more the merrier!
After speaking to other parents and looking at online parent groups, I’ve noticed I’m not the only one so I’ve decided to call it School Holiday Syndrome. This is how it’s looked to me so far:
As Mother’s Day drawers closer, I’m aware of how much I feel for my mum, but of how little I say it to her. In fact the last time I think I told her was when I was about 9 or 10, and I wrote her a poem for Mother’s Day, which still hangs on her bedroom wall to this day.