Lauren Terrell

Lauren has a degree in elementary education and is up to her eyeballs in the preschool world as she and her husband clamber through parenthood with their 5-year-old girl and 1-year-old boy.

Grief After Child Loss | Parent Cue Blog

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Grief After Losing a Child

“I find,' he says, his voice still muffled, 'that I am constantly wondering where he is. Where he has gone. It is like a wheel ceaselessly turning at the back… Read More
8 Confidence-Building Truths Every Kid Should Hear from Their Parent | Parent Cue Blog

Birth - 5 years | Character and Values | Elementary (K-5th) | Featured

8 Confidence-Building Truths Every Kid Should Hear from Their Parent

Instead of individually weeding out the negative thoughts quickly filling her brain, I tried planting positive, never-changing, confidence-building truths in the hopes that the truths would grow bigger and louder… Read More
The Work Of Teaching Kids to Value Everyone

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The Work of Teaching Kids to Value Everyone

I learned that I can’t teach love in one day. There were no magic words I could say to fill her with empathy and eradicate all fear/hatred towards others. The… Read More

Family Life | Make It Personal | Mental Health

Parenting Through Pain

When I became a parent, I had already been babysitting for over a decade, nannying for six years, and playing the role of World’s Best Aunt for five. I had… Read More
15 Minutes to being a great parent

Birth - 5 years | Family Activities | Fight For The Heart

15 Minutes to Being a Great Parent

Being a great mom is SO easy. You just have to play with your kids all day long. Chores are so unnecessary!! These were actual thoughts I remember having as… Read More
6 Tips to Help Broken Families Enjoy Christmas

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6 Tips to Help Broken Families Enjoy Christmas

In part one of this blog series, my sister painted a pretty honest picture of what our Christmases looked like growing up. (Click here to read part one.) Depending on… Read More
Remembering Those Who Have Lost a Baby

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Remembering Those Who Have Lost A Baby

I remember the moment I became a mother. It was early Sunday morning. Still dark outside. My brain was groggy. Exhausted. A million things were running through my head but… Read More