If you have a teen, chances are you’ve encountered the puzzling phenomenon of your kid not caring about driving. What?? Why don’t today’s teens want to drive?
Have a little one who gets a little scared during Halloween? Or has other fears and anxieties. Amalah has written a beautifully illustrated and customizable book that explains that fear is a normal emotion and helps children understand it’s OK if they don’t feel brave all the time.
The kids are kept super busy at the MDA camps, many getting to do things they never thought they could do. And they’re not embarrassed if they don’t do it well, either, because it’s all in the trying, not in the results.
Parents have gone back to work after their paternity and maternity leaves and are concerned that their older toddler daughter is too aggressive with her new sibling and has been generally too defiant. Is this new behavior something to be concerned about or typical given the changes at home?