- All parents/guardians are sex educators.
- The easiest way to have "the talk" is to talk early and talk often - Start talking about sexuality right at birth by labeling body parts, and to keep gradually advancing the conversation in age-appropriate ways as children get older and more mature.
- Answer questions about sexuality with short, age-appropriate answers.
- Books like It's Not the Stork on their own aren't enough, but they're a great place to start!
Saturday, March 31
Many thanks to Katie from Family Tree Clinic, and the 70+ parents that came out for the Parents as Sexuality Educators event on Thursday night! It was a great discussion around the kinds of conversations to have with our children about sexuality. Just a few of the important things that we discussed were:
Join us at our next event in May, details to be announced soon over on our Facebook page.
Thursday, March 1
Thursday, January 25
Sunday, November 26
Friday, November 17
Many thanks to the 13 schools, many volunteers, and 57 families with their 42 kids that came out to this year's Preschool Information Fair! Hopefully you found a great preschool for your child! Be sure to download a digital copy of the 2017 ECFE Preschool Information Packet that contains all of the attending schools' descriptions and details.