1. Unintended Opportunities During Covid-19

    Finding Me Now Learning Center is working to keep every child and adult in our building safe. We also have embraced the "unintended opportunities" to learn and grow that would not be possible without the unusual circumstances we all find ourselves in.  We have concentrated our many efforts in six areas: Concentration on Cleaning, Social Distancing, Health Checks, Family Support, Child Enrichment,…Read More

  2. Self-Care for Busy Parents

    As we ring in 2020, many of us make New Year's resolutions.  Has self-care ever crossed your mind?  Many working parents probably think they do not spend enough time with their child (ren) so they should not spend time on themselves because this is selfish.  This couldn't be farther from the truth.  Taking a few hours or a day for yourself can be one of the best things you can do for your kid…Read More

  3. Surviving Post-Christmas Blues

    All the gifts are unwrapped and open. Boxes, bows and wrapping paper are everywhere around the room. The kids are happy and enjoying all their Christmas gifts. Or maybe not… Maybe your teenage son is upset because he didn’t get the “Yeezy” shoes he wanted. Maybe 15 minutes later, your daughter is complaining that she has nothing to do. Or maybe your kids fighting already because someone el…Read More

  4. Even more bedtime tips!

      Bedtime Routines How many of you struggle with bedtime in your household? I know for my family; bedtime use to be horrible. Bedtime was a disaster at my house until I finally set some bedtime routines. My boys never had a “bedtime” and it followed them through to high school. They were tired and grouchy all the time. The key to a good bedtime routine is consistency. Start early. It is m…Read More

  5. Helping Small People Cope With Big News Stories

    Sometimes as adults, we may start to absorb the many distressing news stories that permeate our lives. If we see an epidemic of violence, destructive weather, or world conflicts, we are able to identify how we feel about it and then move on. We may not realize that despite our efforts, our children are also exposed to death and loss in the world, which can cause a lot of fear and confusion. We can…Read More