I’m trying hard to be a real human example of how to be / what to try to do at times when the kettle whistles louder and the milk threatens to bubble over. For my son (and daughter I suppose too), and for myself. I’m trying to show that it’s a great idea to try to find things that calm you when you’re stressed (go for a walk, draw, write, jump, shout, laugh, cry). To try to sleep well, rest well, eat a balance. That people snap, people get cross, that the milk may bubble over. And also that if it happens how to be accountable, how to say sorry, and why that’s important to how everyone involved may feel and for their wellbeing. How to talk about the why and how, to work on preventing the milk from burning.
Work in progress 🥛💜🥛💜🥛