In this month’s issue... Am I a Real Mum? The Benefits of Journaling International Nurses Day Discovering Your Eighteenth Century Ancestors Things to Celebrate in May Plus, travel, photography, puzzles, poems, short stories and so much more! https://issuu.com/momsfavoritereads/docs/may_2021
by Cassandra DenHartog This is always a difficult question, due to numerous problems that could happen and the fact that the shoulder is made up of several boney, muscular, and ligamentous structures. Let’s start off with a little anatomy review. The shoulder is made up of three large muscles collectively called the deltoids, 4 rotator … Continue reading What’s Causing My Shoulder Pain?
by Millie Slavidou Anyone with a child being brought up in a bilingual home tends to learn early on that they need to grow a thick skin. There will be comments about their child’s development, about being behind at skill, about how useful the minority language will be, and even from professionals, such as teachers, … Continue reading Bilingualism and Special Needs
The holidays are upon us. I know when parents are separated or divorced; the holidays can be extra stressful, trying to fit in the children’s plans and events with both parents. When parents don’t get along, things can escalate to where the time that should be joyful is miserable in both homes. Holidays can be … Continue reading Co-Parenting During the Holidays