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haltonparents for parents with kids of all ages in halton region, on skip to content homeabout our blog ← older posts “mama needs a drink!” is it time to rethink our drinking? posted on february 22, 2017 by nicole o'donnell, rn the rethink your drinking campaign has me thinking. thinking about standard drink sizes, the long and short term health effects of alcohol use and when zero alcohol is the limit. it also has me thinking about my kids. when i reflect on alcohol use and parenting; i like to think i have it covered. i’ve had the talk; no drinking and driving, no drinking until legal age, i have a “call us, no questions asked” policy. check, check, check. but wait, there is so much more to consider. my husband arrived home from a weekend across the border with candy for the kids and a bottle of rye for me. a bottle big enough to carry me and 20 friends through until his next year’s weekend away. i jokingly hugged it; which is what i generally do when i am given a gift (okay i will also rub it on my cheek, but i’m sure i didn’t do that this time).  now, fast forward one month. we are at a shopping mall and there is a giant billboard with said bottle clearly displayed… cue my 5 year old (hollering from several feet away) “hey, mommy, look! it’s your favourite present!” gulp. floor. swallow. me. up. now. how many times have i joked with little ones nearby “mama needs a drink”? how about the cooler for a day at a backyard picnic; filled to the brim with juice boxes nestled in next to “mommy’s cider” and ‘daddy’s beer”? have i made it seem like i use alcohol to manage my stress? have i romanticised alcohol for my children? does fun need to be equated with a stocked cooler? i see it on tv, read it in the media and hear it in my social circles.  alcohol is the reward for getting through another day as a parent. i try my best to role model healthy eating, an active lifestyle, kindness to others…i think it’s time for me to be more aware about demonstrating a healthy relationship with alcohol. the low-risk drinking guidelines help to protect you from dependency, the long and short term health effects and yes; it protects your children too. they need you and you have the choice in your hands. your health, their future, their future health. ask yourself; what am i teaching the kids in my life? take some time to check out the rethink your drinking website. what will it get you thinking about? you may be surprised. what do you think? share with us, we would love to hear from you. leave us a comment below tweet with us @haltonparents follow us on facebook email us at haltonparents@halton.ca for parenting information or to speak with a public health nurse (every monday to friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) simply dial 311 or 905-825-6000. share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in mental health, parenting, physical health, pregnancy, preschool, safety, stress, teens, tweens | tagged baby, child, disease prevention, family, health, injury prevention, mental health, parenting, stress, teens, toddler | leave a comment it’s time to stop the yes/no questions posted on february 15, 2017 by andrea scott rn for the rest of the day, listen to yourself when you talk to your kids. i did this recently and was struck by how many times i asked my kids a yes/no question, when instead i meant to be giving instruction. no wonder i was hearing so many no’s! “okay kids, how about we all tidy the room up?” “can you please get ready to go?” and the best phrase is when i tack on that innocent “okay”. “after dinner, it’s time for a bath, okay?”  we ask okay, because in our minds we are seeking validation. it’s a “did you understand me?” but believe me, kids are hearing a yes/no question. wow. talk about giving kids all the power! you often hear parenting experts recommend giving children choices, but you don’t want the choice to be between whether they get dressed or not. instead, the choice is, “are you wearing your blue shirt or your red shirt today?” it’s a simple thing but one that teachers everywhere know to be true. could you imagine if a teacher instructed a class of students by asking yes/no questions? “class, how about we stop gym now?” “please come inside, okay?” “can we work on trigonometry?” it makes me laugh just thinking about it! i’m not saying we need to sound like drill sergeants! connecting with your child first can help deliver instructions in a positive way and you’ll have a better chance of them following through. for example, you could comment on how well they are concentrating on a task: “you are doing a great job finishing up your homework.” once you have connected and your child is paying attention, it’s a good time to tell them what’s coming next: “in 5 minutes it is time to go upstairs to get ready for bed.” these days i try to be clear with instructions without a yes/no question: “after dinner, it’s time for bath.” “it’s time to get dressed.” “we need to tidy up the room now.” if i feel that crazy urge for validation i bite my tongue or say, “do you understand?” or “did you hear me?” give it a try – listen to yourself when you give instructions to your kids. are your instructions in the form of a yes/no question? if not, hats off to you! (are you a teacher?? 😉 ) looking for more handy tips to stop having to nag? check out another great blog post: “are you tired of nagging? this simple strategy can help!” or connect with us: leave us a comment below tweet with us @haltonparents follow us on facebook email us at haltonparents@halton.ca for parenting information or to speak with a public health nurse (every monday to friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) simply dial 311 or 905-825-6000. share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in parenting, preschoolers, school-aged children, toddlers | tagged giving instructions, how to get kids to do something, how to get kids to listen, kids say no, ok, okay | leave a comment 8 tips to help support a friend with infertility posted on february 1, 2017 by andrea scott rn i went through infertility before i became a mother. infertility is often a profound rollercoaster of hope, grief, loneliness and helplessness that overwhelms many who are struggling to have children. if you know a friend or family member struggling – chances are you do as 1 in 6 couples in canada face infertility – you might be wondering how you can show your support. i have come up with 8 tips that i found especially helpful during this difficult time: continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in mental health, parenting, pregnancy | tagged 1 in 6, family, fertility treatments, friend, how to help, how to support, infertility, trying to conceive, ttc, what not to say, what to say | 3 comments our kids make great teachers posted on january 23, 2017 by halton guest blogger my tween and teens are a lot more tech-savvy than i am. they are naturally adept with today’s technology and have a skill for trouble shooting. i frequently find myself asking to draw on their expertise when i am learning a new social media app or gadget. asking them to teach me how to do something sometimes gets me an impatient chuckle and accompanying eye roll – “oh, mom” – but it also allows us to trade places as they take on the role of the more experienced  mentor and i do my best to role model how to be an open minded learner by accepting feedback and taking it all in. a great strategy for learning something is teaching it to someone else. one good way to help your teen with their school work is to ask them to teach you. it can be a positive part of their homework habits. the age old saying “while we teach, we learn” holds very true. sharing their knowledge can also help your teen to build their own enjoyment and interest in a particular topic and help them retain information. i have learned trigonometry and wwii just by asking my 16-year old to fill me in on what she’s doing in class. so we both benefit. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in learning, mental health, parenting, play, school-aged children, stress, teens, tweens | tagged building assets, kids teaching, learning, lessons, lessons learned, parenting, parents learning, positive parenting, relationship with kids, teaching, teens | leave a comment mom versus mascara in the battle of the make-up posted on january 17, 2017 by nicole o'donnell, rn mascara.  it’s a simple word, but somehow it has become the bane of my existence. really and truly. i’ve never had any hard-and-fast rules when it comes to make-up use and my four daughters. usually, if something seems reasonable it is worth consideration. i remember clearly telling my oldest, when she started high school, “you know, if you would like to wear some make-up i am ok with that”.  she gave me a non-committal shrug of the shoulders and off she went.  she can be seen once in a while wearing mascara and on occasion she takes it to the next level by throwing on some neutral lip balm.  my 14-year-old is the same. very little interest. then came #3. bless her. she loves all things glam and glitter. and she loves make up. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in parenting, school-aged children, teens, tweens | tagged child development, limit setting, make-up, making decisions, mascara, parenting, parenting style, teens, tweens, wearing make-up | 4 comments positive parenting. is it worth it? posted on january 9, 2017 by cynthia lindsay rn i am officially the mother of a 16 year old! how on earth did that happen? how is it that i am the mother of teenage kids! i never imagined i would be that old or that i would be equipped to parent a teen! i had preconceived notions that parenting teens would be a nightmare. actually its quite the opposite. it’s so much fun! yes fun! i’m in awe at how my kids are turning into young adults that i am so proud of. i think to myself, how did i get here? i started reflecting on my parenting journey just recently when i saw friends with younger children dealing with challenging behaviours. they asked me, (or should i say pleaded with me) “tell me it gets easier”? continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in mental health, parenting, preschoolers, school-aged children, stress, teens, temperament, toddlers, tweens | tagged assertive discipline, assets, emotions, father, mental health, mother, positive parenting, problem solving, self-esteem, teens | leave a comment new to canada? how to embrace winter! posted on january 2, 2017 by halton guest blogger when my parents told me we were moving to canada, i remember being so excited to see snow for the first time. i couldn’t wait to make a snowman like the ones i had seen in the movies. you can imagine my disappointment when i looked out the plane window and didn’t see any snow anywhere. i was sad – but not for long! three days after arriving in canada, i woke up to see a white blanket of snow covering the ground! “finally!” i   thought. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in outdoors, parenting, physical health, play, preschool, school-aged children, toddlers, winter, winter activities | tagged active play, activities, canada, children, families, family, family time, halton, halton region, newcomer, outdoor, outdoor activities, physical activity, play, preschooler, toddler, winter, winter activities | leave a comment ← older posts search for: follow blog via email please enter your email address to follow our blog and receive messages when we've posted something new! join 399 other followers follow haltonparents on wordpress.com haltonparents on facebook haltonparents on facebook follow us on twittermy tweetshaltonparents links halton parents website haltonparents facebook haltonparents twitter recent posts “mama needs a drink!” is it time to rethink our drinking? 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