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The decline of play in preschoolers — and the rise in sensory issues 05/15/2022

The decline of play in preschoolers — and the rise in sensory issues

The decline of play in preschoolers — and the rise in sensory issues Here is a new post from pediatric occupational therapist Angela Hanscom, author of a number of popular posts on this blog, including “Why so many kids can’t sit still in school today,” as well as “The right — and surprisingly wrong — ways to get kids to sit still in class” and “How s...


"From the moment you hold your baby in your arms,
you will never be the same.
You might long for the person you were before,
When you have freedom and time,
And nothing in particular to worry about.

You will know tiredness like you never knew it before,
And days will run into days that are exactly the same,
Full of feedings and burping,
Nappy changes and crying,
Whining and fighting,
Naps or a lack of naps,
It might seem like a never-ending cycle.

But don’t forget …
There is a last time for everything.
There will come a time when you will feed
your baby for the very last time.
They will fall asleep on you after a long day
And it will be the last time you ever hold your sleeping child.

One day you will carry them on your hip then set them down,
And never pick them up that way again.
You will scrub their hair in the bath one night
And from that day on they will want to bathe alone.
They will hold your hand to cross the road,
Then never reach for it again.
They will creep into your room at midnight for cuddles,
And it will be the last night you ever wake to this.

One afternoon you will sing “the wheels on the bus”
and do all the actions,
Then never sing them that song again.
They will kiss you goodbye at the school gate,
The next day they will ask to walk to the gate alone.
You will read a final bedtime story and wipe your last dirty face.
They will run to you with arms raised for the very last time.

The thing is, you won’t even know it’s the last time
Until there are no more times.
And even then, it will take you a while to realize.

So while you are living in these times,
remember there are only so many of them
and when they are gone, you will yearn for just one more day of them.
For one last time."

-Author Unknown-


1000 Hours Outside ❤️


In the late 1930s-1940s, Michael Bond, author of Paddington Bear, saw Jewish refugee children (Kindertransport children) passing through Reading Station from London, arriving in Britain escaping from the Nazi horrors of Europe.

Mr. Bond, touched by what he saw, recalled those memories 20 years later when he began his story of Paddington Bear. One morning in 1958, he was searching for writing inspiration and simply wrote the words: “Mr. and Mrs. Brown first met Paddington on a railway platform…”

“They all had a label round their neck with their name and address on and a little case or package containing all their treasured possessions,” Bond said in an interview with The Telegraph before his death in 2017. “So Paddington, in a sense, was a refugee, and I do think that there’s no sadder sight than refugees.”

Paddington Bear - known for his blue overcoat, bright red hat, and wearing a simple hand-written tag that says “Please look after this bear. Thank you.”

Paddington embodies the appearance of many refugee children. His suitcase is an emblem of his own refugee status.

“We took in some Jewish children who often sat in front of the fire every evening, quietly crying because they had no idea what had happened to their parents, and neither did we at the time. It’s the reason why Paddington arrived with the label around his neck”. -- Michael Bond

Michael Bond died at 91 in 2017. The epitaph on his gravestone reads, "Please look after this bear. Thank you."

Please look after all the young Bears in Ukraine.

~David Lundin

In Praise of 'Scruffy Hospitality' 04/11/2022

In Praise of 'Scruffy Hospitality'

In Praise of 'Scruffy Hospitality' It's OK to let go of the belief that our homes must be picture-perfect before we invite guest over. That idea stops many of us from sharing life together.


So true!👇


So true!! 💛



Our Children’s Busyness Is Not A Badge of Honour (And Why We Need To Change It) - Raised Good 04/02/2022

Our Children’s Busyness Is Not A Badge of Honour (And Why We Need To Change It) - Raised Good

Our Children’s Busyness Is Not A Badge of Honour (And Why We Need To Change It) - Raised Good Our kids' schedules are busier than ever! But they need downtime. Let's protect our children's mental health today by simplifying childhood today.


Happy Occupational Therapy Month!!!






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via Wilder Child


The Contented Child, Child Wellbeing Consultancy ❤️

Stroke victim regains the power of giving hugs 03/20/2022

Stroke victim regains the power of giving hugs

Stroke victim regains the power of giving hugs After a massive stroke eight years ago, Kevin Eubanks, of Paragould, Ark., lost the ability to use his left arm – and he has missed hugging with both arms ev...




A child's neurological system is naturally designed to seek out the sensory input it needs at any given point in time. So if a child is spinning in circles, it is because they need this input. If they are jumping off a rock (over and over again!) -- it is because they need this input.

Let them!

Resist the urge to cry out, "be careful" or "get down from there!"

When we continue to prevent children from moving in the ways they were intended to move, then WE become the barrier to healthy child development.


Wearing the green!!!!☘️☘️☘️🌞🌞🌈🌈

Timeline photos 03/16/2022

Timeline photos



The Anxiety Epidemic: Why Kids Need Less School And More Freedom - Raised Good 03/12/2022

The Anxiety Epidemic: Why Kids Need Less School And More Freedom - Raised Good

The Anxiety Epidemic: Why Kids Need Less School And More Freedom - Raised Good Our children are becoming more anxious. Why? I believe it has something to do with the environment we've created - too much school, not enough freedom.




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It's important to remember that we don't always need to entertain children. ❤

"We are a society afraid of boredom. We are addicted to entertainment and the stimulation of certain neuro centers in the brain. We are losing the ability to just be.

When we deny our children their God-given right to boredom, we are restricting their development.

Do you remember the hours you spent in boredom as a child? We would daydream in the waiting room, stare at the dust motes dancing in the sunlight, invent new games, draw, read, create, research. We were building important neuro pathways. Did we whine to our parents that we were bored? Of course! But we quickly learned that this would only lead to chores or being forced outside regardless of temperature or weather.

When we had a question, there was no Google. We had to ask another person, look it up in a book, or, gasp, ruminate on it until we found the answer within our own brains. We developed common sense and logic, because we were experiencing the world firsthand and engaging our problem solving.

So, don’t be afraid of boredom! Every generation before this one has had to learn to live with it. And they have benefited because of it.

Give your children the gift of boredom." - Homeschooling with the Classics



Timeline photos 03/07/2022

Timeline photos

Today’s Doodle: Hope ♥

Image description: Ooty and Zed are lying on the ground and are surrounded by dozens of bright yellow flowers that just bloomed. It is spring and the sun is shining. They look happy. The caption says, “Where flowers bloom, so does hope.” A quote by Lady Bird Johnson. The artwork is by Mollycules.

Videos (show all)

Part 1 of Spider-Man Training Camp!!!!❤️❤️🌞🌞❤️❤️❤️
Turkey Trot Fun!!!🦃🍁🍽
Go away Fears!!




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