Books to Address Grief in Children

This post contains affiliate links. Grief is a complex and multifaceted feeling. Grief is not linear, does not adhere to a formula, and often can manifest in ways we do not expect – especially in our little people. When I set out to start gathering books for this post it was because of the incredibleContinue reading “Books to Address Grief in Children”

Addressing Mindfulness for Kids in the Pandemic

If your kids are anything like my 4-year-old, they are experiencing much higher levels of anxiety right now. Clinginess is at an all time high, temper tantrums are more frequent (and make less sense) than normal. Routines and the comfort that comes from them have shifted, and everyone is somehow getting less sleep. Kids areContinue reading “Addressing Mindfulness for Kids in the Pandemic”