In light of The Atlanta Video by http://www.strong4life.com/ on childhood obesity
http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/dpp/health/Ads-Tackle-Childhood-Obesity-20110822-pm-pk I imagine many parents are starting to rethink how to approach the childhood obesity problem. I applaud what they are trying to […]
I put my toddler to bed screaming his head off every. single. night. Is this normal? We have a nice calming routine, but still have fits.
Bedtime Battles take place in most homes with young children. We’ve all been through, the ritual: One more story, one more sip, one more trip to the […]
Yikes! So, your doctor told you it’s time to stop the bottle- how sad. (age one & up) My baby is growing up so fast. You love and enjoy your cozy bottle time with her. Here Is a really Good Time to start thinking about your parenting style and make it one called Time-In parenting , […]
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As have probably noticed, there can be a strong discrepancy between what your child says and what they really feel: As a parent its important to be a detective to figure out what your child is feeling. And ideally you are committed to using Time-In positive parenting techniques.
By thinking […]
As soon as your child starts crawling and/ or walking you will notice your child will become the dirt police. They notice specs of dirt that even you can’t see with your naked eye. They are better then you or you’re cleaning person if you have one. It is quite funny and exasperating […]
Dear Parents who prefer not to give up Time Out! Read how TimeIn works by Teaching Emotions & Skills
From a Parent in response to TimeIn
I actually think that Time-Outs do work for us. She usually is not put in Time-Outs for the same behaviors over and over again. We do try to spend […]
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