Parenting 360

Annual Enrichment Weekend, where we have experienced professionals come in and help us grow in areas of life, but through the lens of Jesus. This year’s topic is “Parenting 360°”. This is a parenting philosophy coined by our lead ministers, Scott & Dionne Davis to describe a community approach to parenting. This year’s speakers This year’s schedule Please follow and like us:

Children of the World Co-op Open House Week

Open House Week at Children of the World Co-op: Monday, Nov. 4 – Friday, Nov. 8, from 9:30 – 11:30 am. Come for a morning of play in our cooperative playgroup program for American and International families with children ages 6 months – 4 years! Parents/caregivers join in enriching their children’s early learning in a gently structured, mixed-age program with indoor/outdoor play, art activities, snack time, and circle time singing/movement. Social gatherings round out the fun! Adult ESOL classes available for interested Co-op members. Meets year-round at the Cathedral of the Incarnation, 4 E. University Pkwy., 21218 – steps away […]

Children of the World Co-op Open House Week

Be our guest for a morning of play in our cooperative playgroup program for American and International families with children ages 6 months – 4 years. Parents/caregivers join in enriching their children’s early learning in a gently-structured, mixed-age program with: indoor/outdoor play, art activities, snack time, and circle time singing/movement. Social gatherings round out the fun! Adult ESOL classes available for interested Co-op members. No appointment needed to visit. A nonprofit, nonreligious organization celebrating 30 years! Please follow and like us:

Christmas Magic

Cassandra just turned two. She’s a typical toddler–full of energy and wonder. The world is an exciting place for her. Each new thing is exciting and worthy of her exploration. This holiday season has been no different. She has become our little investigator, making sure each holiday tradition meets with her approval. Please follow and like us:

Christmas Magic

Cassandra just turned two. She’s a typical toddler–full of energy and wonder. The world is an exciting place for her. Each new thing is exciting and worthy of her exploration. This holiday season has been no different. She has become our little investigator, making sure each holiday tradition meets with her approval. Please follow and like us:

Taking Care of Mom (or Dad)

Admit it! No matter how much you love your kids, it’s not healthy to concentrate on them every moment of every day. I can already hear the groans of some of you. “Why have kids if you don’t devote your life to them?” And, I agree – one hundred percent. I also think that some time devoted to your own interests makes for a much more interesting and able parent. Please follow and like us:

Taking Care of Mom (or Dad)

Admit it! No matter how much you love your kids, it’s not healthy to concentrate on them every moment of every day. I can already hear the groans of some of you. “Why have kids if you don’t devote your life to them?” And, I agree – one hundred percent. I also think that some time devoted to your own interests makes for a much more interesting and able parent. Please follow and like us:

Balancing Act

I will admit it. I’m an overachiever. I grew up in a home where excellence was expected and I worked hard to meet those expectations. These days, I’m in charge of my own schedule, but old habits die hard. I work hard at my job and often balance different types of jobs. Even when I’m home, I’m doing something. I always have a project of some sort brewing. Please follow and like us: