If you’ve been asking yourself how to deal with a defiant child that does the opposite of what you tell him, don’t despair! Here are 5 positive parenting strategies that you can start using immediately.
Do you dread getting your child dressed in the morning? If so, you are not alone, I promise. Here’s how to stop those tantrums getting dressed, but…
They may actually be a good thing. Let me explain.
Of all the advice for moms out there, discipline is the one associated with the most guilt. Are we doing the right thing? Will my child grow up to hate me? Or will my child grow up thinking he can get away with anything he wants? Ditch that worry because you can now use these six positive discipline steps at home to change our child’s behavior for good.
Rage. When you have to repeat yourself a bazillion times, that’s all you see. Here’s how to get kids to listen without yelling.
When your kid is a slow eater, it can drive you absolutely insane! Here’s help.
The amount of guilt we feel if our baby doesn’t automatically sleep through the night! If your baby sleeps 3 hours at a time, there are plenty of parents exactly like you. Here’s what to do:
You know you need a bedtime routine for your kids that works. But how do you go about creating one? I have 3 simple steps to take your evenings from chaos to calm.
t’s 7 pm.
You are ready for everyone to get into bed.
But your kids… have different ideas.
Because this is the time everyone goes INSANE.
Evening arrives and the inevitable happens. How can we stop yelling at kids every night? They don’t deserve it (or they do), but we don’t need that stress. These strategies will get your nighttimes back under control.
It’s the fifth temper tantrum of the morning.
Your son is mad at you because you poured milk on his cereal when he only wanted it on the side.
Your daughter huffs past you in a little ball of rage because her brother is taking all the attention… AGAIN.
You are fed up.