October Newsletter┬á– December Newsletter

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Hello All,

It’s that time of the year again! Are you all as busy as I am trying to get work done and ready for the holidays?

Lots of new updates at Early Years Parenting to share with you before the end of the year. I’m happy to have joined the team at The Daily Crisp as a contributing writer. If you’re trying to deal with the holiday stress and thinking about how to raise a thankful child in today’s world please take a moment to check out my latest articles there.

It’s been a good year relaunching EYP with happy families who joined in my new Parent Coaching Consults and monthly parentsupport group. As well as our new mobile friendly website. Have you checked it out? ­čÖé
I’m also super excited about the upcoming workbook on 10 Tips to Positive Parenting which I hope to launch in early 2016.

This month I’ve written two new blog posts; a personal post onCreating Holiday Family Traditions and helping families give their young children The Gift of Gratitude this holiday season.

Lastly, I wanted to share with you this great holiday free printable by Hands On as we Grow. This memory keeping activity has some fun interview to ask kids about all their favorite stuff.

That’s all for now. Wishing everyone a merry and relaxing holiday.



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soup-for-syriaIf you’re thinking of a last minute Christmas gift then consider ordering “Soup for Syria”┬á┬áhumanitarian cookbook project whose profits will be donated to the UN Refugee Agency UNHCR to provide urgently needed food relief for Syrian refugees.





A personal post about creating family traditions this holiday season “Creating your Holiday Family Traditions




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Take a moment to check out my latest blog post this holiday season “The Gift of Gratitude



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