Category: Parenting

parental fatigue

Always Tired? It Might Be Parental Fatigue

Caring for a special needs child is a full-time job. As a parent with a child on the autism spectrum, you already know this, and you likely feel the strain. Parental fatigue, or parental burnout, can leave you feeling drained and like a shell of your former self. But you can reclaim your energy and

messy kids

Messy Children – Let Them Make a Mess

Mess, is such a scary word to some of us. Messy children and making a mess are part of any quality childcare program. But also making a mess is such an important tool for your young one.  Making a mess gives your children benefits such as: Fine & Gross Motor Skills Fine Motor Skills are

First Day of Preschool

First Day of Preschool

Starting something new isn’t always easy. Some of us as adults have a hard time starting new things so you could only imagine the feeling as a child. Preschool is often a big first for both parent and child. Hunting for the right preschool isn’t always easy for the parent with the pressure of making

toddler fine motor skills

Toddler Fine Motor Skills

Hello parents! Sometimes it seems easier to put your child in front of the TV or an iPad to watch their favorite show. I know as parents you try your hardest. Did you know by just letting children sit in front of devices they aren’t using practicing their fine motor skills? Toddler fine motor skills

New Parents: Early Childhood Education Classes Can Help

Congratulations, new parents! Parenthood is a beautiful and rewarding experience, but it can also be challenging and daunting. One of the best things you can do to ensure parental success is to take some early childhood education classes. These classes will provide you with the tools you need to raise your child in a safe