Helicopter Parenting and How to Stop It

When you think about the future of your kids are you relieved or are you anxious? Or are you both at the same time? Relief probably indicates that your child is fairly independent and wise when it matters.

Anxiety, on the other hand, could be due to a string of bad decisions by your child or […]

By |October 31st, 2019|Wee Talk|0 Comments

Halloween Safety Tips for Parents

As Halloween approaches, there is more to consider than picking costumes and carving jack-o-lanterns. It’s important for parents to be mindful of keeping this day for tricks and treats one that is safe (and fun, of course!)

Here are some safety tips to remember:

Costumes

Try to dress children in costumes that are brighter in colour so […]

By |October 25th, 2019|Wee Talk|0 Comments

3 Simple Ways to Teach Children About Giving Back

Teaching our children about giving back to others is certainly a topic that can be discussed all year round, but with Thanksgiving almost here, this is typically a time families are in a spirit of giving.

There are many ways we can teach children about being charitable. Whether it’s by getting involved in the community where […]

By |October 8th, 2019|Wee Talk|0 Comments

Tips for the First Day of School or Child Care

The first day at school or first day of child care is a milestone for both parents and child. While you may be going through a mixture of emotions try not to pass on any anxieties to your child. Most children settle into school or child care quickly but do not be concerned if it […]

By |August 29th, 2019|Wee Talk|0 Comments

31 Ways to Celebrate Family Fun Month

August is National Family Fun Month, and what perfect way to wind down the summer with your loved ones than by engaging in some fun-filled activities together!

To help you with some ideas of family-friendly things to do, we’ve put together a list of 31 ways you can enjoy Family Fun Month – one idea for […]

By |July 31st, 2019|Wee Talk|0 Comments