1. Answering “Why” Questions: Tips for Understanding and Handling Your Child’s Curiosity

    Why can’t I eat ice cream for dinner? Why is the grass green? Why do you go to work everyday? If your days are peppered with “why” questions from your little one, you’re not alone. Toddlers and preschoolers begin to ask why frequently and fervently, and it’s a normal part of their development and the teachers at our Monroe day care center know just how to help you survive this stage. Chi…Read More

  2. Talking to Young Children About Loss

    The loss of a beloved family member or friend is devastating to even adults with a keen understanding of death and experience dealing with loss and grief. For a young child, death can be confusing, disorienting, and frightening. If your family has experienced a loss, you may be concerned about communicating about that loss with your child, so that she can begin to process and understand death as w…Read More