OkayCon FREE Virtual Summit happening now
If you’re not sure how much more of this whole stuck-at-home stuff you can take, go to okaycon.com for a new, relevant interview each Monday and Wednesday, and a watch party each Monday and Wednesday evening throughout April! We will get through this together <3
I recorded this before our current “double pandemic” (of Covid-19, and Fear). But it seems especially relevant now:
Can you, or should you, train your child to play independently?
Do you negatively impact a child by playing with them often?
Do you feel guilty, whether you say “yes, I’ll play,” or “no, not right now”?
One member of our Ninja Parenting Community brought up these, and many other questions regarding independent play (her questions reference an only child… but this applies to all parents.)
Join us today to listen as I share the answers to these questions!
(Click weturnedoutokay.com/327 to view the video and see the notes.)
What we’re doing here at WTOO to help you through the pandemic:
All during April’s OkayCon 2020 Virtual Summit we’re having live watch parties, so we can keep each other company in this era where we all need that!
Sign up to be notified about the guests and watch parties:
Find out details about the summit itself:
Like me, you are probably feeling all kinds of fear, anxiety, and worry right now.
Besides which, you are also likely sheltering in place with kids – whose behavior is leaving a lot to be desired at the moment!
That’s why I am offering a special membership rate, just $1 for your whole first month! It’s the Friends & Family rate, available for a limited time at the following link:
Our first Pandemic Parenting News:
Click here for the NYT parenting article in which a bouncer, a referee, and a therapist all help you stop your kids from fighting.
Click here for the hilarious and wonderful essay “We, The Hard-Working, Newly Homeschooling Parents of America, have Rewritten the Common Core Standards.”
Click here for the Boston Globe article “Seven activities keeping my family sane during isolation.”
Click here for @childlifesaver’s wonderful post, “How to help kids wear masks,” in Instagram.
Wishing you well throughout this unprecedented time! We will get through it together <3