Jo's Editorial

We all at some stage feel the guilt and stress of divided attention between work and family. So with the above we get to focus on a plan. Get organized so that both our career and family flourish. Organizing that family calendar does allow us to feel connected.

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Solo sitting time provides your infant the opportunity to explore their own environment at their own pace. Focus their attention on their surroundings, slowly becoming more self-reliant into the toddler years and these experiences boost a child’s self-esteem. They start to become a comfort to themselves and for the first time around 6-8 months see themselves separate from their primary carers.

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For some parents they can feel at a loss on how to approach the conversation about sex education with their teens. So making sure our teens have the correct information and have mature decision making skills all go hand in hand to help protect them from the pressures of having sex, and making sure that they are emotionally ready

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It’s that time of the year when going back to school or starting school can be challenging and exciting all at once. We are eager as parents for our children to enjoy this wonderful experience that in the western world we take for granted. It is a time when children form heathy relationships with children of their own age, with their teachers, and come home having soaked up hours of knowledge through having fun.

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Going back to school, or even going to school for the first time is a new chapter for every family. With so much information at our fingertips it can become rather confusing as to what we should prioritize for the months ahead and support our children to the level that they need us.

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