Mom Talk

How to Help Your Kids Through COVID-19 Related Disappointments

Dealing with a disappointment is very tough for kids from toddlers to teens. During the coronavirus, it can be particularly hard for kids to face disappointments caused by the coronavirus. Kids are now facing the simple disappointments of canceled play dates, to missing out on major life events such as proms and graduations. How can you help them to cope ...

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How to Deal With a Picky Eater During Coronavirus Lockdown

Do you have a picky eater? If so, then you know how tough mealtimes can be during the best of circumstances, but right now, during COVID quarantines, it can be downright impossible! It’s not easy for your choosey eaters either. Picky eaters may be seeing more unusual things on the table and may feel under more pressure to eat them. ...

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Is Your Child Regressing Under COVID-19 Lockdowns?

Since being stuck at home for over two months now, many parents of young children are reporting that their toddlers seem to be backsliding on developmental milestones they had already achieved. The stress and anxiety of illness, social distancing, being cooped up in quarantine, trying to work from home with children trying to distance learn from home, serious economic concerns ...

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Finding God During the Current Pandemic

Whether you are a true believer, someone who struggles with their faith, or a total non-believer, it is very hard for any of us to find God during times like the current coronavirus crisis. What we all are going through during this pandemic is unlike anything most of us have ever had to live through. We turn on the news ...

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Stop Pushing for Perfection and Embrace Being an Imperfect Mom

In the age of the so-called “supermom” are you holding yourself up to too high of a standard? A recent survey found that out of 13,000 people who were interviewed, 60% of moms felt like they were failing, especially during the first year of parenthood. Many moms feel guilty because they can’t live up to the standards of perfection that ...

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Quebec Schools To Reopen As Germophobic Youth Prisons

Breaking news from the “Department of This Can’t Be Good”:  plans to reopen schools in Quebec, Canada, show prison-like conditions for kids who will be taught to obey authority and fear others. Dave Cullen says in his YouTube video “The People We Are Becoming,” that lining up outside grocery stores while keeping 6 feet apart from others, generally demoralized, is ...

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Coping With Co-Parenting during the COVID-19 Outbreak

Parenting during a separation is challenging no matter what, but co-parents may be having a particularly difficult time during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Despite continued “stay at home” orders in many states, children of separated parents still need to move between the two homes. This means that parents have to be equally sure that proper safety guidelines and online schooling schedules ...

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No Ammo Available

The main ammunition store in my small Western town is nearly sold out of its ammo supply after concerned gun owners bought nearly every box of the shelves as part of the Covid-19 purchasing craze. The store owner said that retailers won’t be able to restock their shelves, as America relies on ammunition made in China. Smelting plants overseas have ...

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