Thursday, 12 October 2017

DRY AT NIGHT - hypnotically speaking

DRY AT NIGHT - is your child wetting the bed? What's normal anyway?


Clincial hypnotherapist, Lynda Hudson is inundated with requests for help by exhausted parents whose children have yet to become dry at night. She talked to LIFE AS IT IS about her work

As a parent you may well be aware that children over the age of six-years-old commonly wet the bed at night. But did you know that their bodies have to produce an anti-diuretic hormone (ADH) before the bladder is able to hold nocturnal urine? For some children, this happens as late as age 12.

Sunday, 8 October 2017

39/52 The GraceFaith year long art project

Choosing a favourite piece of art, each week of the year



Looking at science this week, here is a play dough Rudolph reindeer Esme designed, complete with lit up nose thanks to it's wired circuit. Cool huh?!

Monday, 11 September 2017

FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL & EMPTY NEST SYNDROME


FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL & EMPTY NEST SYNDROME

If your child is leaving to go to school, you may be feeling a little bereft. But remember the transition will be challenging for them too, even if they don’t let on that they’re nervous. After all, they’re the one taking the leap.

The good news? The first day at school is a transition that you as a parent can help your child with. Plus, it’ll make you feel better to know that they can manage on their own. Read on…