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Support For Parents: Let's Unite as a Village

Updated: May 23, 2023

Let's unite as a village. We need a village more than ever.

It’s at times like these that the world calls for us to stop and start to think about what really matters. To pause and take stock of how we are living our life. Think about how we support and protect our children, our relatives, our friends and our community. Think about how we can support those people down the road, around the corner, or in our wider community. To work out how to offer unconditional help that will make a difference.

There are many uncertainties. We don’t know what will close when or when things will return to normal. But we do know that now is the time to rebuild the village!

As part of a Village, we:

  • Connect. We call email, write and check in with those we love.

  • Buy only what we need. Many people can’t buy a month’s worth of food ... When they need it, they need to be able to access it.

  • Help. If our family, friends and neighbours need help, we are ready to give it. Dropping off supplies, making a meal, picking up the phone.

  • Stay strong. As Parents, we need to be a safe place for our children, who pick up on all our emotions, regardless of whether they are old enough to know their cause.

  • Follow the Government’s health guidelines to keep the vulnerable members of our Village safe.

  • Keep ourselves isolated if we are recommended to do so. We can use this time to rest and connect with our families.

Parents You've Got This Community

Whether you are about to have your baby, have just given birth, or are already a mother to an infant, toddler, or child. Parents You've Got this send you a gigantic virtual hug here to help you enhance or help you scrub up on your parenting skills. It is normal to feel worried about your and your baby's health and the state of the world, but your baby is a reminder to us all about the joy and love the world holds for all of us.

The Parents You've Got This village is a community that supports, guides, and empowers parents through the good and bad times. Let’s ensure we continue to connect (even if that means virtually at this time). Let’s continue to share beautiful photos of the babies and toddlers in our village to continue to bring joy to our days and support each other through this time.

Please stay tuned for expert articles, tips and advice and our online and in-person parental education masterclasses. If you have any questions for our experts, please email us as we are here to guide and support you on your journey.

Gigantic hugs x

Parents supporting each other | Parents You've Got This


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