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haltonparents for parents with kids of all ages in halton region, on skip to content homeabout our blog ← older posts keep calm and carry on…planning for the holidays together posted on december 5, 2016 by carolyn wilkie, rn for many parents, the “most wonderful time of the year” is really not so wonderful. in fact, it’s the time of year when we often feel overwhelmed and stressed out.  we know it and our kids sense it. we are pulled in so many different directions, often unsure where we’re headed next. the season’s extra demands seem to tax our overbooked schedule, and finding personal time seems next to impossible.  to top it off, many of us are spending faster than we can save. it can certainly be a huge challenge to balance everything during the holidays. mix it together and “poof” = stress!! so can it be different? does it have to feel this way? no, it doesn’t. let’s re-frame our thinking imagine planning for your holidays with a mindset that’s calm, purposeful and meaningful.  your decisions are made with clarity and ease, and not rushed and reactive.  sound impossible? it isn’t. you can do it, really!  but, it will take some work and reflection from everyone in the family, starting with yourself. so before the hustle and bustle ramps up, stop and think about what matters to you. then start the family conversation and plan for the most meaningful things. quick tips to get you going plan ahead (ok… no-brainer, right). have a family meeting and share your expectations and hopes for the holidays. honour commitments already made, record them in a spot everyone can see. set aside enough time to make your plans relaxing and rewarding. reserve some “chill out” nights for the family (you deserve it)! conversation starters for your family what are your hopes for the holidays? what are your favourite traditions? are you planning to exchange gifts this year with friends/family? what are the top 3 list gifts on your list? do you want to share a memory with someone special this holiday? can i count on you to help with ‘xyz’ over the holidays (e.g., baking, wrapping, decorating) what are the things you least like doing over the holidays? if we were to give back or volunteer as a family, where would it be? listen to what each family member has to say to get a clear picture of what they value. then plan together.  this takes the pressure off of you and empowers everyone to be accountable.  as the season unfolds, nobody is surprised or disappointed with the choices made. consider the things you can control and how you will manage them finances: budget for gifts, food, travel, decorations. expectations for gift giving: to whom? homemade vs. store-bought? family commitments: personal/work events, extracurricular events. extended travel: who will you see? is it a family event? when? other ideas create a shared family calendar say “no” to events that don’t hold meaning for you or your family attend no more than one event in a day have regular family check-ins reduce travel obligations schedule in more relaxation be active everyday cook some quick and healthy meals ahead of time stick to regular bedtimes stay true to your budget purposeful planning will make a big difference in managing family expectations.  it gives each family member the chance to share their feelings and ideas and cushions any bumps along the way.  plus, you will have more time to embrace the magic of the season! now go update the family calendar and plan for wonderful month ahead. you will be surprised just how good it feels.  let us know how it feels for you! 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 childhood, grandparents, hectic, mental health, parenting, school-aged children, stress | tagged finding balance at busy times, holiday stress, how to decrease family stress, how to manage stress, parenting stress, planning ahead, planning for the holidays, planning with your family | 2 comments how not to engage in dramatic outbursts with your teens posted on november 30, 2016 by cynthia lindsay rn “mom, i have nothing to wear! nothing!!! (insert very loud and almost desperate voice…)”.  every parent of a teen has heard this at some point and as you enter her room, you find clothes on the floor, clothes in her closet and clothes bursting out of her drawers! your first instinct is to state the obvious. “what are you talking about? you have a ton of clothes”. but you have a feeling this may just fuel the fire and lead to responses like, “nothing fits, it’s dirty, not warm enough…”the complaints will go on and on. so do you engage? yup, that’s the question. do you try and rationalize with a teen that is being ruled by her emotional brain? this is not going to comfort her. as a parent, i just want to fix the problem. well, i’ve learned she may not be looking for a solution. so then why is she asking? how are we supposed to know that? continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in hectic, learning, mental health, parenting, physical health, school-aged children, stress, teens, tweens | tagged confidence, emotional outbursts, emotionally healthy, engaging, parenting teens, positive outlook, self-esteem, tantrums, teen brain, teens | leave a comment role modeling – they are watching us! posted on november 28, 2016 by halton guest blogger kids are awesome imitators. what we do as parents shows our kids how we want them to behave. a few weeks ago i was driving with my youngest in the back seat and we were running late.  we came upon a road construction worker re-directing traffic and had to change our planned route. my angry “oh, great! now we had to take the long way round!!” quickly melted when without missing a beat he piped up with a personal rendition of “i got my ticket for the long way round…” which instantly made me smile. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in autism, babies, learning, mental health, parenting, preschoolers, school-aged children, special needs, teens, toddlers, tweens | tagged accepting mistakes, father, keep your cool, listening, mother, parenting, problem solving, respect, role modeling, watching | leave a comment holiday traditions. can you have too much of a good thing? posted on november 21, 2016 by nicole o'donnell, rn oh, the holidays. it seems the second the jack-o-lanterns hit the compost we gear up to deck the halls. a holly jolly season ripe for memory making. today, tv and social media are full of ideas on the latest, greatest way to create the perfect holiday memory. and i soak it up like a sponge. a glittery, red and green, cinnamon-scented sponge. very early on in my parenting journey i set out to create memories and traditions for my growing family. of course memories are created everyday, but the holidays are a hotbed of memory making opportunities. i learned the hard way however, that you can, in fact, have too much of a good thing. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in childhood, hectic, hurry, mental health, parenting, rush, rush; stress; hurry; hectic; childhood; play; explore; imagination; curiosity;, school-aged children, teens, toddlers, tweens | tagged balance, christmas, family, family time, holiday, holiday stress, mental health, parenting, parents, stress | leave a comment why you need to stop rushing your preschooler posted on november 14, 2016 by maureen harris, rn do you feel like you’re always in a hurry, rushing your kids around? have you ever stopped and wondered how this affects your child? i was recently walking through a park, when i noticed a grandmother with her young granddaughter. they had stopped and were looking at a blue heron sitting in a pond. the grandmother was crouched down and softly explaining to the toddler what was happening. “see how still he is. he’s looking for fish,” she told her granddaughter. the toddler was mesmerized by the whole experience. and i was transfixed by how wonderful this interaction was. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in childhood, curiosity, early literacy, explore, grandparents, hectic, hurry, imagination, learning, mental health, parenting, play, preschool, preschoolers, rush, school health, stress, toddlers | tagged balance, child, child development, children, curiosity, development, early learning, explore, families, family, family time, imagination, kids, learn, mental health, parenting, parents, play, preschooler, rush, stress, toddler, transition, unstructured time | leave a comment the key to surviving life with a newborn posted on november 9, 2016 by andrea scott rn the key to surviving life with a newborn is low expectations. lower. even lower. there you go. remember all those things you had imagined pre-baby, you know that picture of you putting your little one down for a nap and then having lots of time to do things for yourself.  maybe you hoped to be able to take a course, learn how to knit, exercise, look for a new house or even plan a reno. then when your baby is here and you realise, okay, maybe it was too much. maybe i can hold off on some of these things. that’s a good thing, because you realized it was time to lower your expectations of yourself and your baby. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in babies, parenting, pregnancy | tagged baby, baby wants to be held, baby won't sleep, busy, expectations, how to cope, newborn, realistic expectations, reality, sleep | leave a comment teens and screens: tips to help your teen reduce screen time. posted on november 1, 2016 by cynthia lindsay rn teens are connected all the time. aren’t we all? i don’t think my son is any different than other teens when it comes to being on his phone, watching netflix or even playing video games. technology is ingrained in our everyday life. i get it. i use technology and spend most of my work day in front of a screen. as a parent of two teens and a public health nurse, i know screen time can affect both our mental and physical health and that recreational screen time should be limited to 2hrs/day. recreational meaning watching tv, video games, etc. it doesn’t include educational time such as doing homework. however, i also live in the real world with a 15 year old boy. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in mental health, parenting, physical health, school-aged children, teens, tweens | tagged parenting, parenting teens, screen time, social media, teen, teens and screens, too much screen time, video games | 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 394 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 keep calm and carry on…planning for the holidays together how not to engage in dramatic outbursts with your teens role modeling – they are watching us! holiday traditions. can you have too much of a good thing? 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