Podcast Episode 87: Listener Questions: Bedtime Routines and Sibling Fights

We get a lot of questions from parents here at No Guilt Mom. Everything from how to tame those toddler tantrums, to how can we handle those bedtime battles.

So we decided to host a podcast episode where we answer a listener’s parenting questions!

Our listener Peggy writes: “I can’t seem to get my kids (ages 2, 4 & 6) to bed on time because they are always waiting for me to come upstairs and they’re always struggling for the tv remote immediately they get home. How can I handle that?

No worries Peggy! We’ve got you covered!

In this episode of the No Guilt Mom podcast you’ll learn:

  • Possible reasons your kids are fighting you at bedtime
  • How to set up a reliable and effective bedtime routine
  • How screens can impact your brain (especially before bedtime)
  • 4 effective ways to curb sibling fighting

Resources We Shared In This Episode:

Calm & Happy Parenting Time to get your kids to listen and help out more without the fighting!  This is your complete solution to shift the responsibility of “doing everything for everyone” to your family and to give you the kind of relationship you want with your kids and the entire family!

Simply Piano / Simply Guitar App

Paddleboard Yoga

Go the F to Sleep (narrated by Samuel L. Jackson)

3 Steps to Create an Awesome Bedtime Routine For Your Kids

Bedtime Routines for School-Aged Children

KidsHealth.org Does the Light From a Phone or Computer Make it Hard to Sleep?

No Guilt Mom Podcast Episode #16:Managing Sibling Fights (Without Being the Ref)

Download the podcast episode transcript HERE

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Brie Tucker

COO/ Podcast Producer at No Guilt Mom
Brie Tucker has over 20 years of experience coaching parents with a background in early childhood and special needs. She holds a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Central Missouri and is certified in Positive Discipline as well as a Happiest Baby Educator.

She’s a divorced mom to two teenagers.

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