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Young Children at Home During the COVID-19 Outbreak: The Importance of Self-Care

Self-care is not selfish or indulgent, it’s how we keep ourselves well to ensure we are physically, emotionally, and mentally capable of being there for our young children. The Case for Self-Care During the COVID-19 Outbreak Your health and well-being are important so that you can nurture your child. The realities of COVID-19 make self-care even more important. The unknowns…

Wee Watch: Our Ongoing Commitment

During this unprecedented time, we want to assure our many parents and childcare Providers that our commitment to delivering only the highest standard of childcare has not changed.  In our 35 years of offering childcare, we have continued to evolve in terms of programming, regulatory, nutritional and safety requirements while always ensuring we meet or exceed any standard.  With the…

6 Tips for Raising Strong, Confident Girls

March 8th is International Women’s Day – a day for Canadians and many countries around the world to celebrate women and their strengths and achievements.   The day is also focused on breaking down barriers that continue to exist.  The strong, vibrant women of tomorrow are girls today and it’s never too early in a child’s development to think about our own…

How to Create Your Own Family STEM Game Night

Family game night has been a long-standing tradition in many homes. It’s a great way to bond and have fun as a family. But how about adding a little educational fun to the mix by exploring STEM together? STEM is the study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, and has become widely popular in preschool and school curriculums as it…

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 perhaps just a few…