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We hear it often, “How can I get my child to listen?” So, confession: I do not think children should… Read more Maybe kids don’t listen because they are biologically designed to be space cadets
We were at a restaurant last night, which had paper over their table cloths, so kids could draw all over… Read more Teaching your child about yin and yang might be more powerful than you know.
Some time ago, when my daughter was in her early 7s, she told me that she liked doing things to… Read more Children love when you can RELATE to them
Tell me if you’ve been in this situation before. Your kids are out somewhere, having fun, and then one or… Read more When one kid wants to leave and the others don’t
My child development work continues to help me parent. I was noticing that, in the very late fours, children can… Read more “What one thing would you like to do before we go?” Trick for late fours
I was walking through the door of a restaurant and it happened. After I walked through and my four year… Read more I don’t need alcohol. I’m not Unruffled. Children will never listen. Children’s emotional outbursts are feedback to us to stop and listen.
I’ve been doing parenting activism for years now and the question comes up over and over: what to do when… Read more What To Do When Your Child Has Potty Accidents