Parenting an Anxious Child: What You Should Know

Parenting An Anxious Child

Do you have a child who is anxious? The lovely Alexandra Newmarch, Psychologist from Phoenix Place Play Therapy & Counselling shares her thoughts on parenting an anxious child and just how to recognise anxiety in kids.

True fact: parenting an anxious child is not easy.  I remember the mother of one of my little therapy clients exclaiming to me once, “It’s non-stop!  I know she’s not doing it on purpose, but I’m so tired of trying to be sympathetic.  I wish she’d just grow out of it.”

She was right – it is non-stop.  It is tiring.  And because anxiety often manifests differently in young children than it does in older children and adults, it can sometimes be hard to know if that’s even what’s going on!  So how do you know, and if you do have an anxious little person, what can you do to help them?Continue Reading →

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HOW TO CREATE A TOY ROTATION SYSTEM and 5 REASONS TO LOVE IT

By Erin from Nappy Cakes by Erin

One of the many first things learnt as a new mother is how quickly the house can become cluttered with toys. Toys, toys and more toys - scattered across floors, stored in every nook and cranny of storage spaces, in prams, in bassinets/cots, in car seats, in nappy bags, on benches, lounges and tables - you name it - there is a toy! And before you know it, what once was a tidy, organised home, has fast become nothing short of resembling a toy shop, and a messy one at that, which often leads to feelings of disorganisation and toy overwhelm.

Today I am going to share 7 EASY STEPS TO GET YOU STARTED ON CREATING A TOY ROTATION in your home and FIVE reasons why you will love it.

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