The first in a series of steps to take to build your child’s self-esteem. http://www.socialmoms.com/parenting-2/mommy-i%E2%80%99m-ugly-building-child%E2%80%99s-self-esteem/
Here’s one moment that all Moms dread: you’re standing next your daughter, and she looks in [...]
Can you imagine implementing a “Time-In” with a child, instead of a Time-Out — when they are in the midst of having a full-blown, fist-throwing, head-butting, kicking fit? What if the child has been diagnosed with Reactive Detachment Disorder or Bipolar Disorder? That is an actual question I got (along with a [...]
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 do and yes parents need to hear how badly kids feel. [...]
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 [...]
I was really glad when I read the NY Times article Seeing Tantrums as Distress, Not Defiance By JENNY ANDERSON http://parenting.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/10/30/seeing-tantrums-as-distress-not-defiance/.
This article is just what parents and children need. The writer poignantly shared what she learned with her readers. I hope many parents will tune-in to her [...]
Its not always easy for kids to socialize and join groups in progress or get a group going in general and even harder when they spent the whole day holding it together and learning. I hear more kids telling me they dislike recess this year than last year. Some of it is the [...]
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