40 Tips for Parents: Parts 16-20 : Brett Fish shares more Parenting Tips
The next five parenting tips as we march towards 40 tips to help parents to be better parents to their children as we share ideas together
Dr Seuss stories for your children, read by Erik [with a K!] : Brett Fish
If you have children who like Dr Seuss stories then my friend and alter ego Erik [with a K] has started recording some stories on video they might enjoy.
#40TipsForParents : Brett Fish shares more Tips For Parents
Continuing with our #40TipsForParents series which looks to help parents with some ideas on how to do it well, we move to the third set of five tips
The Discipline of Parenting : Brett Fish asks parents about discipline
As i am busy creating a series looking at 40 Tips for Parents #40TipsForParents the concept of discipline came up which felt like it deserved its only post
40 Tips for Parents: Parts 1-5 : Brett Fish looks at parent tips
i am busy putting together a list of 40 tips for parents because i realise how difficult parenting can be and to draw parents into an engaging conversation
Taboo Topics: Parents of young children – Meet Geraldine Walsh : Brett Fish
A guest post by my friend Geraldine Walsh sharing about some of the difficulties of being a new mom linked to her post on post-natal depression
40 Tip for Parents: Tips #31-35 : Brett Fish
We are into the final stretch in our #40TipsForParents series as we look at the next five tips aimed at helping parents: 40 Tips for Parents: Tip #31 [i realise there are families in which this particular tip does not apply and want to take a moment to Shoutout to all the women and men who might
40 Tips for Parents: Parts 26-30 : Brett Fish shares five more tips!
Continuing with another five of the #40TipsForParents as we look at comparing, questions, affirmations and the encouragement to think and more!
Change Comes Knocking - Over Heaven's Hill
Today, Momma Bear and Papa Bear have realised something. Something that has crept up on us as we’ve lived and loved our days. Something that really shouldn’t have been so shadowed and hidden. And yet, it feels as though change came knocking, unlocked the door and gracefully let itself in without us knowing. Today, change …