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.
It’s the weekend and you’ve looked forward to it the whole week. As you lie in bed, blissfully asleep with no alarm set, a nudge makes you wake up. A little voice says, “Mommy.. I’m hungry.” You look over at the clock. 5:45am. What!?! It’s the weekend! Why can’t my child sleep in? I’m going to be so grumpy…. Here are 7 strategies we use in my house when our kids wake up too early.
You can’t deal with the attitude and tantrums any longer. It seems that each time you interact with your child, you feel like you are about to lose your mind. It’s becoming harder to keep your patience and you don’t want life to be like this. Here is your path to being a more patient mom.
You want to help your child’s school, but you just haven’t found a way to do so.
Out of the many back to school essentials, giving back to the school is one you want to consider this year.
You work full time or have little ones at home, so volunteering during the school day isn’t always an option. How can you support the school?
Here are three ways that you can make a BIG impact!
As a parent, I see how desperately my daughter needs more time to simply be a kid. How she needs that mental break to explore and discover and JUST HAVE FUN. Why recess in our country needs to change.
How do you teach kids to care about others – especially, when they don’t know how to recognize others feelings? Here are four activities that will help you start the conversation.
How do you get kids to do chores? If you prepare for battle every time you ask your child to do a chore, fear no more. Here are the 5 common phrases that kids say along with your rebuttal. Look forward to no fighting, no yelling and your child helping more at home.