I know that commenting on blog posts is on the decline these days, and that’s ok. We are all busy, me included. More often than not I take that fabulous piece of information you’ve shared on your great blog and run… no time to comment!
But sometimes I miss the conversation.
Sometimes I feel like I live in a little bubble. I miss hearing other people’s ideas, thoughts, and opinions. I miss learning from new perspectives, and bouncing ideas around with others.
And sometimes I would like to forget about SEO, and ‘pinnable images’, and writing ‘shareable content’ and just the things that are whirring around my head!
So every now and them I am going to do just that.
I’m going to throw a few deep, and a few not so deep, questions out here on my blog to see if anyone else is up for a bit of a chat.
So grab a cuppa and a bikkie and pull up your keyboard, lets chat about….
Yeah, lets jump right in with a big, scary, parenting topic!
I’ve been writing a series about tweens for Childhood101 and one of the recent posts was about puberty. I learned a lot of about the nuts and bolts of puberty researching and reading for that article, but what I want to know about is the every day, how do we cope as parents and help our kids kinda stuff.
Do you have a child approaching puberty?
Or maybe you remember how you and your parents dealt with it when you were going through it?
How are you getting ready for puberty as a parent?
How are you, or will you, help your kids deal with it?
Do you think we should make a celebration of the changes eg a ‘period party’ or just address them as matter of fact every day things?
Am I the only one who wishes their kids came with a little timer to tell you exactly when these milestones would arrive??
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