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Clifford Barnett
21:51
Clifford. Great
Elizabeth Baker
22:11
Liz Baker Bertie County Cooperative Extension-Ready
Ellen Beasley
22:27
Hey y’all! Ellen from IEI here! I am multitasking today per usual but today just feels more multi-everything
Rosa Bolden
22:29
Hello everyone, Rosa Bolden Columbus County Partnership for Children
Leah Wiebe-Smith
22:37
Leah Wiebe-Smith, North Carolina Conference of the UMC, feeling great!
Tondrea Leach
22:41
Tondrea Leach, PEERS Family Development Center, Onslow County, BusyGirl
Jessica Stokes
23:14
Good morning! Jessica here from Partners in Health and Wholeness/ NC Council of Churches. I am feeling focused
Jessica Stokes
23:46
Hello!
Kylie Foley (IEI)
24:01
https://ncsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEtf-6qrzwvGdQDZPIrTrLXPY67nk6MowxY
Tracey O'Neal
24:26
Good Morning! Tracey O'Neal from Prevent Child Abuse NC. I am feeling loss for our dog Hope and inspired by our boys who are learning to process and resilience skills so beautifully!
Clifford Barnett
25:04
yay Tracey
Tracey O'Neal
25:05
Love that "awkward over zoom"
Elizabeth Baker
28:30
church
Tondrea Leach
29:12
My husband and I call toxic relationship - emotional vampires, to be aware of people who drain our energy.
Tracey O'Neal
29:17
try not to share emotions with them and recognize expectations.
Kylie Foley (IEI)
29:57
^^ Tondrea, stealing that!!
Kylie Foley (IEI)
32:31
Ellen has frequently sent me $$ on Venmo to buy a little treat for myself
Michelle Peedin
34:47
Building forts, hiking, dancing! Love it.
Kylie Foley (IEI)
37:42
There’s an assisted living home in Durham that is also a daycare! (Not sure what COVID has looked like)
Michelle Peedin
39:38
I know folks who are single mothers who have decided to co-parent their children together. Why not get creative with our family structures?
Elizabeth Baker
41:36
Be present
Michelle Peedin
41:45
Be non-judgmental
Grace Thompson
41:53
be honest
Maggie Woods
41:56
Be present and really listen
Ellen Beasley
41:59
Learn their love language! Doesn’t even require them to take a test, really just pay attention to what lights them up!
Leah Wiebe-Smith
42:56
Great idea, Ellen!
Maggie Woods
43:11
Don't be distracted
Elizabeth Baker
43:32
Total engagement
Kylie Foley (IEI)
44:24
I’m trying to think of how to adapt/make fun/special the holidays coming up for kids in my life: halloween / thanksgiving
Kylie Foley (IEI)
48:01
Okay if a pastor says FUNERALS don’t come before 5:00, that’s a boundary-setting hero
Elizabeth Baker
49:53
Giving roles/responsibilities to participate
Jessica Stokes
51:41
lol Nadia!
Kylie Foley (IEI)
52:46
Celebrate birthdays/ half birthdays! Random holidays “doughnut day” etc.
Kylie Foley (IEI)
52:59
Maybe I’m projecting (I need a caring adult to bring me doughnuts)
Grace Thompson
53:21
@kylie lolol
Grace Thompson
54:05
I love celebrations!!! great idea
Ellen Beasley
54:11
Half birthdays are my favorite especially this year since I could celebrate it since places were open and my birthday was when everything was shut down
Tondrea Leach
54:14
I like the random holidays. Doughnut day is great.
Jessica Stokes
54:15
yes, we are celebrating the children in our family even more than usual, such their half-birthday to help break up the hard
Kylie Foley (IEI)
54:51
Texting!
Elizabeth Baker
54:54
Facebook, emails, and text
Tracey O'Neal
55:06
Love that Kylie! You can be a caring adult and also keep it simple!
Ellen Beasley
55:06
Regular zoom sessions
Will Hawkins
55:15
Weekly Family Zoom Game Night
Kylie Foley (IEI)
55:37
Oh Nelson. That’s such a different thing to be a momma
Rosa Bolden
55:39
We use Zoom to do Bible Study, Leadership Calls and to connect with our children at church. I use Duo to take to my family members
Kylie Foley (IEI)
56:10
The older folks in my church LOVE letters
Ellen Beasley
56:18
Just got my grandmama an Alexa with a screen to try and get her to video chat and have “someone” to talk to
Michelle Peedin
56:37
Social distanced outdoor walks
Kylie Foley (IEI)
01:00:15
Having congregations posting members of their kids/congregants! People miss seeing each other. Love it
Tondrea Leach
01:01:19
My brother is a pastor in SC and he has been doing a daily devotion every day since COVID began, except Sundays on his church Facebook. They have an ongoing prayer list. I have enjoyed watching daily and if I get behind for any reason, I can go back and watch. He is reaching people all over which is wonderful as he has a small country church.
Tondrea Leach
01:01:57
The youth in the church does small goody baskets randomly dropping off to people in their community.
Kylie Foley (IEI)
01:02:07
I’m so so sorry, Grace
Rosa Bolden
01:02:09
WE were doing a Zoom with the children, but it dwindled down.
Kylie Foley (IEI)
01:02:31
^ Rosa we’ve heard that over and over. Attendance is very low for many church/community activities
Tondrea Leach
01:03:04
At PEERS we post videos on our Facebook of activities of what parents can do with their children.
Tondrea Leach
01:04:23
At our church, we did baptism on Facebook.
Kylie Foley (IEI)
01:07:27
Provide options- it’s easier to pick from what help looks like than think of what that means
Kylie Foley (IEI)
01:07:44
“Parents, we have these three ways to help” verses “how can we help you”
Tracey O'Neal
01:07:59
say it and model it! When you are okay with being vulnerable and asking for help, it makes it easier for others to as well
Mikael Broadway
01:08:26
I have observed congregations which have created drop-off bags activities for children who then are invited to their own online “class” designed particularly for them to share about their lives and interact with one another and caring adults.
Kylie Foley (IEI)
01:10:03
11:00 session, woohoo! https://ncsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEtf-6qrzwvGdQDZPIrTrLXPY67nk6MowxY
Leah Wiebe-Smith
01:10:11
Thanks!
Maggie Woods
01:10:16
Thank you!
John Parker
01:10:39
That’s really great, Mikael …
Jessica Stokes
01:10:50
Woohoo!! Thank you!