Do you find yourself yelling because your child disobeys time and time again? Here are 10 ways to get your kids to listen to you. Toddlers | Parenting | Motherhood | Fatherhood | Parenthood | Mommyhood | Gentle Parenting | Tips & Advice | Children | Childhood | Free Printable
It's important to stay calm and use empathy when we talk to our kids. Sometimes, it's hard to know what to say instead. Here are some examples of how we "react" to our kids and some alternative responses to try instead
Time-outs are used to punish and shame, but a calm-down helps kids deal with intense emotions. Calm-downs are a healthy and positive discipline approach for both parents and children. Love this guide for parents!
Just look at the Junior Master Chef shows on TV, my goodness, those 10-year-olds are cooking like superb chefs. They can only learn that by doing, from instruction and by being allowed. Children can be so very clever.
Want to know how to end power struggles with children once and for all? We’re sharing 9 powerful tips to help put an end to power struggles once and for all so you can strengthen your relationships with your kids and raise respectful children who think before they act. These simple yet life-changing parenting tips will change the way you approach parenting forever. Number 6 is pure genius!
Being a patient person isn't always easy, and when you add in the temper tantrums and power struggles that come with the Terrible Twos, Trying Threes, and Freaking Fours, it can be downright impossible. But with this collection of fabulous (and simple!) tips, you can learn how to be more patient with kids, making you a better role model for the people who matter most.
When kids don't follow the rules...they can pick from the consequence jar! Just use a peanut butter container and let them decorate it. Come up with your own appropriate consequences to put inside. :-)