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Tips and tricks for when the next baby arrives (Part 2)

Sibling introduction and expected behaviors

Your next baby has arrived and now it is time to introduce your children. Sibling introduction can be an overwhelming encounter, but it is also a beautiful sight to behold. Some parents choose to do it in the hospital while others wait till they get home.  When not during a pandemic with limited visitors, talk with them about what they would prefer. If they are too young, make your best guess.

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Do I really need life insurance when I need a bigger house and a roomier car?

With all the preparations that come with baby’s arrival, buying life insurance is probably not on your priority list. Maybe it should be?  

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The end of your pregnancy is nearing and you are excited for your baby’s arrival. You are prepared for the delivery, the nursery is decorated and your bag is packed. Daydreaming about what life will be like with your new son/daughter is happening more frequently. You lay on the couch, flip on the t.v. and see images of children that make you cry. Instinctively you reach down and gently rub your belly, you feel your baby stir inside you. Instant relief. However, the “what if’s” creep up in your mind and you begin thinking about your child and the future…Are you prepared for the “just in case?” [Read more…] about Do I really need life insurance when I need a bigger house and a roomier car?

Talking to Kids about Tragedy

Tragedy happens
Tragedy happens

 

In light of the recent attacks in Paris and other events that don’t get as much media coverage around the world on a daily basis, I wanted to share a personal story about talking to my daughters about tragedies.

Scary events happen ALL the time and as parents, it is hard to make sense of them, so imagine how your child(ren) might be feeling when they see or hear things that are incomprehensible. [Read more…] about Talking to Kids about Tragedy

Due to COVID 19, Colleen will only be providing virtual in home support.

Feel free to call, text or email her for virtual support in the comfort, safely providing virtual and in-person support based on families needs!