Wrap Up: Difficult Conversations

We had the wonderful Melissa Miller,  Pastor at Springstein Mennonite Church and family counsellor came in to share all the natural curiosities our children will inquire about as they experience new things from their surroundings (or friends).

From what I interpreted from the conversations and discussions it’s really all depends on your parenting style, your personality, your child’s personality, and your comfort levels. Sorry no definitive tidbits of wisdom or set answers here. I do have some great ice breaking literature that was passed round the circle.


The Very Best of Friends – Margaret Wild


Before You Were Born – Margaret Sheffield


Please Come Home – Doris Sanford
A child’s book about divorce


When Dinosaurs Die – Laurie Krasny Brown & Marc Brown
A Guide to Understanding Death


A Time For Toys – Margaret Wild


It’s Perfectly Normal – Robie Harris
Changing Bodies, Growing Up, Sex and Sexual Health


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