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Anne Laure Jackson

Parenting with Purpose

Parenting With Purpose Parenting is a journey with many things to discover. As parents, we love our children, and no one knows our kids are better than we do. We know their weaknesses and strengths. We know their gifts and talents. We know them well. However, some things sit outside of our scope of knowledge,

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Anne Laure Jackson

Raising a Confident Child

Raising a Confident Child To raise a confident child is to build their self-esteem – who they are in Christ. How do you build a child’s self-esteem? Model what you want to see, encourage and empower through the words you speak onto them, and your actions. Our children watch us daily. They have a front-row

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Anne Laure Jackson

Distraction and Lack of Focus

Distraction and Lack of Focus There are many reasons why children are easily distracted. When children do not get enough sleep, they can be easily distracted. Also, when children are experiencing stress and anxiety, this can be a factor that affects their ability to focus, and thus they become distracted with their thoughts. However, when

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Anne Laure Jackson

One Parent’s Experience of Stress-Free Mealtimes and CHOTS

A scream of rage brings me running into the dining room.  Our youngest son has his cereal bowl on his head and his plate up in front of him like a shield, dinner knife in hand. Our oldest has his glass raised above his head, ready to throw. Both their faces are contorted with rage

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faith
Anne Laure Jackson

STORIES

Last week I was trying to help my 9-year-old son set up his xbox for a new game. He was frustrated, and wouldn’t accept my help – but neither could he fix the issue himself. That lunchtime I told him and his brother a story. It went like this: ‘Once upon a time the RNLI

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Anne Laure Jackson

What’s that smell? Using the olfactory sense in parenting children.

“Mum, why do you smell of Mark and Jenny?” demanded my 7-year-old as I stood, bleary eyed, just awake, outside his bedroom at 6.30am.   “Eh? What?”  “You smell of them Mum…why?” I had sat and chatted with our friends the previous evening in our living room, slept as normal and it was now first thing

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life events
Anne Laure Jackson

Visual Timetables

Oh how I wish I had known about visual timetables when our children first arrived!  Then, they were just a rather technical phrase for something used by therapists and social workers for non-verbal children on the autistic spectrum…surely not relevant to us?  So we struggled on without them for years. I had no idea how

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