May 16th, 2010
Our children’s rooms should not be afterthoughts. The values they learn from us about organization, neatness, responsibility and the value of privacy are the ones they will take throughout their lives. Giving your child a suitable room environment is also one of the best ways of showing how much you care.
May 15th, 2010
We all love our babies a lot, but in the thick of the many changes that come along with the baby, we sometimes forget to take some basic safety precautions. Before your child starts to crawl, you need to baby-proof your house to make it a place where the baby can move, play and grow without injury. Use our simple checklist to help you achieve a safe home.
May 1st, 2010
How we regard a child is the vital mirror with which that child's innate potential comes alive. Children who feel seen, loved and honoured are far more able to become loving parents and productive citizens later on. Child Honouring means seeing children for the creatively intelligent people they are, respecting their personhood as their own, recognizing them as essential members of the community and providing the fundamental nurturance they need in order to flourish.
Apr 5th, 2010
In a very real sense, everything that happens within a family revolves around the requirements of its children. It therefore stands to reason that the purchase of a home should take into consideration one’s child's needs, too.