We’ve all experienced drama, right? Maybe we see our kids arguing and we want to step in to solve it, but aren’t quite sure how. …
Your kids start fighting- you know, like they do everyday. And you get pulled into it to diffuse the situation. But wouldn’t it be wonderful if you didn’t have to do that? Guess what- you don’t have to!
NO!! Give that back!”
“I’m looking at it right now, I’ll give it back in a little bit.”
“NOOO!!,” my son screams, “GIVE IT BACK NOW!!”
As usual, I grip the steering wheel and take a few deep breaths. My kids are fighting in the car… again.
Not more than 2 seconds after they hop in the car, the screaming begins.
“No, that’s not what happened Erik. My lunch is at 11:35am, not 11:30.”
I brace myself.
“NO SISSY! YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOUR TALKING ABOUT”
And then, WHAP!
He reaches his little arm across the space in the bucket seats between them and hits her.
“Erik, DON’T HIT ME!!!”
That’s when I intervene.
I don’t know how school bus drivers do it. How do you discipline 30 kids when you’re trying to keep safe and focus on not veering your large yellow, monstrosity off the road
I’m in a Toyota Highlander with only two children and I’m ready to lose my mind.
Want a simple method to get kids to stop fighting and start figuring out their problems like actual human beings? I swear it’s possible. Here we go.
With all the parenting advice out there, it can be tough to know even how to begin Positive Discipline at home. Here we introduce you to the four basics of positive parenting with the help of Positive Discipline expert, Dodie Blomberg.
Moms are often expected to take on primary child rearing duties while also working full time, and keeping the entire family organized. This comes with a cost, often exhaustion. And the message to our children is that: Moms must take care of everything.
But mama-You don’t need to do it all!
In today’s podcast, we discuss those gender roles and what we can do to break those never ending tasks.
They’re driving you crazy. The yelling. The screaming. Here’s a quick way on how to stop sibling fighting in your home.
How much do you do for everyone else?
A lot, yes?
But you say, that’s the nature of being a mom. You’re always doing stuff for everyone else and then there’s no time for yourself.
Ok, blunt question.
Do you struggle with anger and anxiety?
Want to help siblings get along? Oh my gosh, don’t we all? This is one thing I didn’t realize I was doing. It’s going to take you by surprise…