When you are a parent and you lose a partner then often your focus can be on helping your child through this difficult time. It’s important not to neglect your own feelings while all this is happening. This is why Tailored Yarn has set up a free Facebook support group for adults who are unexpectedly faced with the challenge of parenting while grieving.
We also create beautiful bespoke bereavements books for children to preserve family memories in a unique fictional literature legacy. This is a completely free service to help bring comfort and healing to young children on a journey through grief. They help encourage important conversations to take place about their loved one in the years which follow.
I’m just a mother of three, who has been inspired to create daily videos helping families – not just survive this Easter Holiday – but actually thrive and make it positively the best one ever during this lockdown.
Most families instead of going on planned travel or trips are stuck at home having battled to juggle home schooling and working from home. I’m with you in the same boat. Do you dread spending hours trying to research all the resources out there and plan more activities or just giving up and letting them run amuck.
I have come up with a perfect solution. I hope to deliver everything adventurous in a daily video overflowing with creative and imaginative ideas, building confidence and self esteme while learning new skills while having fun.
Do you want to be involved? If you have a family focussed business please get in touch. We might be able to share publicity and work together. I’d be delighted as can’t take this all on by my self but very excited about the idea. I’m planning on calling it the Egg-citing Adventure Tribe?
Starting on Monday on my newish YouTube Channel. Might be worth subscribing to Gillian Seale.
I made this picture in memory of both my gran and stepdad who sadly passed away within six months of each other. The former reached an impressive age of 94 and the latter two decades younger and completely unexpected. I remember it was very difficult telling the children the news and we still talk fondly about them together as the years pass.