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haltonparents for parents with kids of all ages in halton region, on skip to content homeabout our blog ← older posts 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. daughter #3 is 12 years old. without me knowing, she started to wear make-up to school (as witnessed on a social media platform…gotta love those selfies!). there is no parenting right or wrong on this one. it is a family values thing. i would like her to wait and personally felt i needed to impose a time frame so i chose grade 8. but that is eight months away, so she decided to go deeper underground. black smears on my white towels gave her away. ok, i know it’s just mascara. is her safety at risk? no. is this really worth making a big deal about? my gut says: yes. it strikes fear in me. i worry. is this the beginning of a decade of struggle? is this the start of questionable decision making? i’m exhausted just thinking about it. secretly i am annoyed at my older two daughters for not doing anything to prepare me for this! could they not have pushed the envelope on something to give me a little skill in navigating this? i know that i should expect this. tweens & teens challenge their parents, want more independence and value their peer group. well, i’ll look at this as reassuring. she is right on track. great. but what do i do? do i turn a blind eye? do i acknowledge it and allow it? do i stick to my guns? as i reflect on it, this isn’t about the mascara at all. it is about respect. respect for me, the rules i put in place and our family values. i strive to be the parent that barbara coloroso calls a backbone parent: our kids need flexibility and an environment that invites creative, constructive and responsible activity. so with that in mind: deep breath in. i decided to sit down with my daughter and talk. we discussed her feelings and mine. we discussed consequences for breaking the rules. we developed a plan. at the end of the day we negotiated on clear mascara and lip gloss. it’s hard to know what to challenge and what to let go of. sometimes it’s the seemingly unimportant incidents that provide opportunity for great learning for a child and even more learning as a parent. this is a small issue that will ideally lead the way to more broadened privileges for her if the rules are respected. i’ll be keeping an eye on my white towels…who knows, if this goes well we might just be heading to grade 8 in tinted lip gloss! 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 parenting, school-aged children, teens, tweens | tagged child development, limit setting, make-up, making decisions, mascara, parenting, parenting style, teens, tweens, wearing make-up | leave a comment 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 what is true happiness? have you found it? posted on december 23, 2016 by cynthia lindsay rn be happy. it sounds so simple, but is it really that easy? when you ask parents what they want for their kids when they grow up, many will often include the word “happy” in their descriptors. “i’d like to see my kids… healthy, happy, productive…” whatever words you choose, often the emotion of happiness enters into play. i notice it even more around the holidays when parents are running around trying to make their kids happy by finding that perfect gift. but what is happiness anyway? continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in babies, mental health, parenting, physical health, preschoolers, school-aged children, stress, teens, toddlers, tweens | tagged happiness, happy, me time, mental health, parenting | 2 comments going out with kids doesn’t have to be a nightmare posted on december 21, 2016 by andrea scott rn i’ve got an active little guy and for a while there, it was getting tough to go out with him. strollers, shopping carts, high chairs and being carried doesn’t contain him for long. he just wants to go and so he starts acting out. we stopped going to restaurants. grocery shopping felt like a race from the show supermarket sweep! visiting relatives not used to kids is stressful (“oh, that’s a pretty vase! and how much would it cost to replace it, in theory?”) then we changed our tactic, because it dawned on me. my little monkey was just being himself, and while i would never want him to change, he does need to learn how to act in certain situations. this tip works beautifully with kids of all ages, in pretty much any situation. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in parenting, preschoolers, toddlers | tagged behave, behaviour, going out with kids, grocery shopping, how to get kids to behave, how to talk to kids, restaurant, visiting | leave a comment why we need to stop forcing our children to hug posted on december 12, 2016 by maureen harris, rn it’s the holiday season and that means lots of visits with friends and family. this can also lead to an awkward situation: relatives (ahem, grandparents!) and others who expect automatic hugs and kisses from children — even when some kids tend to shy away from   overt displays of affection. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in grandparents, parenting, relatives, safety, temperament, toddlers | tagged body image, children, families, grandparents, healthy body image, healthy sexuality, hugging, manners, parenting, personalities, preschoolers, relatives, temperament, toddlers | 2 comments 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. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in grandparents, 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 ← 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 393 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 mom versus mascara in the battle of the make-up positive parenting. is it worth it? 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