Tag: talking to children about death

The Death Of A Family Member

Last week our family suffered the loss of a family member and it was something we were not prepared for at all. He was a healthy happy 9-year-old. Although he was not human, we still considered him part of our family. Hobbes was a very special cat who was an absolute love. He thoroughly enjoyed cuddles and affection. Not to

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Responding to BIG Questions from Your Little Ones

Kids love to ask questions. It’s a characteristic that I find both wonderful and exhausting. If you’ve ever spent any time with a child over the age of two, you’ve likely heard the words “why” and “how” more than a few times. My four year old asks, conservatively, 100 questions in any given day. Most

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